COVID-19 is changing how we'll vote this year, in what is expected to be the first presidential election where ballots will be cast almost entirely by mail. Misinformation over vote-by-mail continues, and in-person early voting has already begun in multiple states. This all comes in the wake of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's death, which has set off a political race to fill the vacant seat before Election Day. Today on Insight, a look at vote-by-mail and the ramifications of Ginsberg's passing for California.
Politico California Playbook co-writer Jeremy B. White checks-in on the ramifications of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's passing for California
California Voter Foundation Founder and President Kim Alexander on what National Voter Registration Day means, how vote-by-mail is rolling out across the state, and a new study on rejected ballots
UC San Diego Department of Political Science Professor and Chair and newelectorateproject.org leader Thad Kousser discusses a new study on partisan polarization over voting by mail, demographics and what matters to voters right now
The League of Women Voters of California President Carol Moon Goldberg on vote by mail education, barriers to voting and vote-by-mail, and getting the vote out to minorities