Making sure that people vote in “normal” times is hard enough: In 2016, despite record turnout, only 61.4 percent of eligible voters showed up to the polls. Throw in a global pandemic, Republican-led efforts to disenfranchise voters, Trump’s (arguably fascist) desire to delay the election and the possibility of foreign interference—and a secure presidential election in November can start to seem nearly impossible.
And in 2020, the stakes couldn’t be higher: In November, in addition to electing a president, Americans will elect the entire membership of the House and over a third of the Senate.
But luckily, there is hope: Congressional action.
To encourage and…