Bloomberg Law
Aug. 4, 2020, 5:55 PM

NAACP Conferences Push States to Modify Election Rules

Porter Wells
Porter Wells

Minnesota agreed to suspend enforcement of its witness requirement for mail-in voting for the upcoming general election in November, and a state court judge in St. Paul signed off on the agreement the same day that the NAACP sued Louisiana over mail-in voting restrictions.

There are fewer than 100 days before the general election in November. The coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of fading ahead of the fall, and the production of a widely-available vaccine isn’t expected for months yet.

“By requiring voters who live alone to place their lives and health in danger in order to exercise their fundamental ...

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