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Coronavirus will complicate this year’s US election, as the country remains the worst-affected in the world. Cases have exceeded 200,000, and without an end in sight, residents will have to vote by post. As such, states may decide to extend voter registration deadlines.
What is the deadline to vote in the US Presidential election?
To vote in the US election this year, most people will need to register first.
Every state except North Dakota requires people to provide some information before they can cast their ballot.
But registration rules vary across the 50 states, as do voter deadlines.
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Ellen Weintraub, commissioner of the Federal Election Commission, has rubbished the President’s claims, branding them a “conspiracy theory”.
She said: “There’s simply no basis for the conspiracy theory that voting by mail causes fraud.”
A 2017 study by the Brennan Centre for Justice found levels of voter fraud between 0.00004 and 0.0009 percent across every voting method.
Oregon, which has held postal elections since 2000, has reported just 14 fraudulent voting attempts.