What's at Stake? Learn What Columbia Faculty Have to Say About U.S. Elections
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May 01, 2020
The 2020 U.S. presidential election countdown has begun as preparations are underway this summer for the Democratic National Convention in Wisconsin, followed by the Republican National Convention in Florida. Unprecedented in American political history, the COVID-19 pandemic has become an important factor, raising concerns for mail-in voting fraud and voter suppression, while posing a significant threat to safe and fair elections.
Columbia experts have provided insight on a wide range of issues as voters face deepening party polarization, rising inequality, race crisis manifested by Black Lives Matter, health care, education, gun control, policing, border security, immigration, and shifting global power balance.