While many states remain under stay-at-home orders, health experts warn the coronavirus could continue well into the fall. That could force U.S. election officials to grapple with following social distancing guidelines while holding our presidential election. Already, some states are pushing for mail-in only primaries. But should officials go even further? Soledad O’Brien speaks with Bryan Finney, founder and president of Democracy Live, a company that creates ballots you can submit with your phone. 

 

 

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