From the Document: "Every federal election, there are several major, nationwide efforts to encourage voters to register and cast a ballot. But this year is different. Not only will the 2020 U.S. elections determine the future of the country--as elections always do--but the conduct of the elections could have public health consequences as well. COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] has changed many aspects of daily life, but it cannot be allowed to dissuade Americans from voting or put voters' health at risk. [...] Fortunately, there is a lot that companies can do. [...] For example, companies with many young professional employees can encourage them to volunteer as poll workers; companies that own large venues can offer those spaces as additional polling locations; and businesses that are easily able to reach a large audience can advertise key election deadlines and can encourage their users, viewers, or listeners to register to vote and cast ballots early or by mail." This material was published by the Center for American Progress.
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