Three Ways COVID-19 Could Help Trump's Reelection Bid
Dr. Robert Redfield recently told an NPR affiliate that a second wave of coronavirus will spread over the United States by late fall and threaten a substantial portion of the population. He said the CDC is preparing for: “another wave that we would anticipate in the late fall, early winter where there will still be a substantial portion of Americans that are susceptible.” If that happens it could drastically curtail voter turnout. Trevor Potter, a former chairman of the Federal Elections Commission recently warned: “There's a real possibility that people will be afraid to vote on Election Day and won't have alternatives. That's just unacceptable for the world's leading democracy."
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