New From the Congressional Research Service (CRS): 2020 Elections: Selected Resources for Members and Constituents”
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and reports of potential election interference might raise questions for Members and constituents about the 2020 elections. Potential disinformation campaigns and changes to election procedures in response to COVID-19might make it more difficult for voters to determine how to register and vote. Voters might also be concerned about possible effects of COVID-19 or interference efforts on their safety or on the security of election workers or the electoral process itself.
This Insight shares selected resources Members and constituents might find helpful for navigating such questions. It links to information about (1) how to register and vote in 2020,and (2) how federal agencies are responding to potential election interference efforts and election effects of COVID-19. This product focuses on resources available from government officials and some of the organizations that support them, such as the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) and National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL). Additional information may be available from media outlets or nonprofit groups.
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Note From Gary Price, infoDOCKET Founder and Editor
For a recent presentation at the Library Journal Virtual Summit I compiled a number of Election 2020 resources (with more being added on a regular basis). This collection is embedded below.
About Gary Price
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