Big questions will almost certainly linger into November: Will there be big rallies? What happens to the conventions? What about voting? And how has the pandemic affected public opinion?
The Atlantic’s Ron Brownstein talked with pollsters and journalists to discuss COVID-19’s effect on the elections — and democracy itself.
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Thursday, April 16, 2020