Tamburino Talks Law: Q&A "Should Elections be Suspended Due to COVID-19? What is the Precedent?"

Sometimes during periods of great crisis people in powerful positions have some bad ideas. One of those bad ideas floating around now is the issue of whether we should postpone the general election. That’s a bad idea.

We have never postponed a presidential election. Not during the Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Great Depression, civil unrests, or pandemics have we ever postponed or suspended a presidential election.

Our political system is strong and can adapt to all sorts of serious problems that may occur. Our right to vote is sacrosanct in the Constitution and nothing should stop or delay our vote in any election, especially a presidential election.

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