Despite the postmaster general’s recent testimony to Congress affirming USPS’s ability to handle mail-in voting in the upcoming elections, President Trump has continued to attack the validity of some ballots sent by mail. Audrey Kline, National Policy Director at the National Vote At Home Institute in Denver, Colorado, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the history of voting by mail and planning for states adding it this year.
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