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How COVID 19 May Affect 2020 Election Campaign

Posted On: Jun 22, 2021   |   Posted By: Politic365

How COVID 19 May Affect 2020 Election Campaign

The 2020 Election Campaign has already been impacted and slowed down due to coronavirus pandemic. Unlike the elections in the past, this year, the election campaign would be held under rather isolated circumstances, through various channels such as audience-free platforms or through mainstream media such as television shows, and electronic, print and digital media. No matter which platform a political party chooses, here is a detailed wrap up of what is really going on in the United States right now.
Effect on COVID 19 on 2020 Election Campaign
As per the recent reports, many states have postponed their primary elections to far off dates from March and April to somewhere in May and June. Since May is upon us and the pandemic shows no signs of going away, it can easily be deduced that the elections will be postponed once again. If the states do not agree to postpone them once again and go ahead with the already decided dates, then they will have to conduct them via mail as other states did.
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