The United States can learn a good deal from last month’s problematic postponed presidential election in Poland during the coronavirus pandemic, ICWA fellow Emily Schultheis (Germany, 2019-2021) writes in an opinion piece for CNN.

“Although there is no set playbook for safe and fair elections during the coronavirus crisis,” she writes, “doing this right means planning as early as possible—and somehow finding a way to set aside political partisanship in order to come up with a plan for voting that everyone believes is fair.”

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