Republicans And Democrats Battle Over The Future Of Voting : The NPR Politics Podcast The coronavirus has reshaped how voting may happen for the 2020 elections, and Democrats and Republicans are battling in courts across the country trying to get the upper hand in November. But because the landscape has changed so quickly, neither party is sure what exactly gives them an advantage.

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Republicans And Democrats Battle Over The Future Of Voting

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Republicans And Democrats Battle Over The Future Of Voting

Republicans And Democrats Battle Over The Future Of Voting

Republicans And Democrats Battle Over The Future Of Voting

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The coronavirus has reshaped how voting may happen for the 2020 elections, and Democrats and Republicans are battling in courts across the country trying to get the upper hand in November. But because the landscape has changed so quickly, neither party is sure what exactly gives them an advantage.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political reporter Miles Parks, and correspondent Pam Fessler.

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Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org.
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