Prospect of chaos in November grows as coronavirus cases rise and Trump escalates attacks on voting
In November, this year’s presidential election could be unlike anything the country has seen in at least 20 years, when the results of the 2000 election hinged on paper ballots and hanging chads.
As Trump’s poll numbers have flagged this summer, he has increasingly resorted to baseless allegations of widespread cheating and claims that Democrats will corrupt the result of the election through mail-in voting
. And as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country, the need for alternatives to in-person voting is becoming more urgent by the day.