Columbia Journalism Review

Zach Montellaro

y focus has shifted. The election is still incredibly important, but right now I’m focusing people will vote by mail, it’s —and then how prepared the states are. In America, there’s no federalized election system. There are fifty-one different ways people vote. Every state and DC is different. And some states will be better prepared than others.

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