COVID-19 Updates

Times are unsettling as the coronavirus has interrupted all of our lives and our health. As the Presidential Elections change on a regular basis, One Vote Now will be updated as information related to the upcoming presidential election changes daily.

BREAKING NEWS:

June 2nd: Americans vote in primaries amid Covid-19 and mass protests

May 29: Supporting People with Disabilities during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic (Presidential Candidate Former VP Joe Biden)

May 22: Americans are following news about presidential candidates much less closely than COVID-19 news

May 20: Vote by Mail Is One of Many Ways To Ensure the Disability Community Is Included in the Next Election

May 13: There Is No Evidence That Voting By Mail Gives One Party An Advantage

May 5: Oregon Has Been Voting By Mail For Decades. Now It Will Save Lives.

Officials say at least 40 people who voted or worked in Wisconsin elections have coronavirus

The Legal Fight Over Voting Rights During The Pandemic Is Getting Hotter

May 4: Ballot Printers Increase Capacity To Prepare For Mail Voting Surge

Two-Thirds of Americans Expect Presidential Election Will Be Disrupted by COVID-19

Weekly line: Welcome to the Covid-19 presidential election

The 2020 presidential election can survive coronavirus, but only if we take these 3 steps

OVER 70 PERCENT OF VOTERS SUPPORT MAKING 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ENTIRELY VOTE-BY-MAIL, NEW POLL SHOWS

April 27: New York Cancels Democratic Primary During Coronavirus with Only Biden Left in the Race

April 23: Changes to absentee/mail-in voting procedures in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, 2020

Also, check our pages regularly on dates and updated resources:

Calendar of Events

Voting Resources

COVID-19 Updates was last modified: June 3rd, 2020 by nacdddredf