Election 2020 in review
Access all our Election 2020 coverage in one place.
By the Countable News Team
Now that Election 2020 is (mostly) in our collective rearview mirrors, it’s a good time to take a breath and review the topics we covered in the runup to it. We covered registering to vote, making a voting plan, and ways to volunteer to help power our democracy.
Below, you’ll find links to all our Election 2020 coverage.
- A brief history of voting rights — and disenfranchisement — in America
- Voting in America: The role of states & the federal government
- What is the Electoral College?
- Historic legal contests and potential election disputes
- A peaceful transfer of power has been a hallmark of American diplomacy for two centuries
- What are voting rights?
- Down ballot: the House, Senate, and governorships are also up for grabs this November
- Americans may not know who won the presidency on Election Night
- More Americans will vote by mail this November than in any previous election — will you?
- How COVID-19 will change Election Day
- Problems with voting? Call 866-OUR-VOTE for help.
- Get help reading your ballot
- Know your rights as a voter: Provisional ballots
- Know your rights as a voter
- Know the date: November 3, 2020 is Election Day
- America is experiencing a shortage of poll workers — can you help?
- Inspire 5 favorite citizens to vote and make an Election Day plan
- Get involved with Starbucks civic engagement partners
- Find your polling place
- Interpret for voters on Election Day
- Election Day 2020: Help drive voters to the polls
- Want to organize a voter registration drive?
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