COVID-19 has surfaced important issues around the fall national elections. This week on VISION, we're continuing our deep-dive into election process for the second part of our "Election Disrupted" series.
As national conversations about voting during a national health crisis continue, critical questions are surfacing: how will we ensure all eligible voters can cast a ballot? What will it take to build a fair, inclusive voting processes during a pandemic?
We'll be joined by Spencer Overton, President of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and Arturo Vargas, CEO of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
They'll lend their insights on the forthcoming election, building inclusive voting practices and ensuring the current crisis doesn't erase the voice of Americans.
VISION is a weekly Knight Foundation show about the trends, ideas and disruptions changing the face of our democracy. Hosted by Sam Gill, Knight's chief program officer, the 30-minute program takes a hard look at the important issues our country is facing today.
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