Richard Hasen was worried about voting long before the Iowa caucuses, and before fears of coronavirus threatened to keep people away from primaries. As a professor of election law at the University of California Irvine, his concern is what undermines public trust in the fairness and accuracy of American elections. Hasen spoke with On Second Thought about his new book, “Election Meltdown,” and the factors that corrode public trust in elections.
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