Did states’ 2020 election adaptations during the pandemic affect turnout? A Q&A with Zachary Courser

States adjusted their election administration procedures during the 2020 election in response to the pandemic. Among other adaptions, they expanded the use of absentee ballots, added drop boxes, and instituted various cleaning and social distancing procedures to increase the odds that virus-wary Americans would feel safe casting their ballots. Did these changes appreciably affect turnout, and did they favor either party? To answer these questions, I turned to Professor Zachary Courser…. (Read more)

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