With the COVID-19 pandemic likely to still be a threat in the fall, some election officials are considering the possibility of moving to a mail-only election. That would limit exposure to the virus, but its quickly becoming a partisan issue. Oregon is one of five states that conducts all elections completely by mail. Soledad O’Brien speaks with Governor Kate Brown about how it works and what other states need to do to make the switch for the general election.

 

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