“The fact that we are trying to conduct our election in the midst of a pandemic is going to cause a continued increase in the amount of election litigation that we’re going to see through this season,” says Rick Hasen, a law professor at University of California, Irvine. … Much of that COVID-19 litigation is spurred when “states don’t make accommodations to their normal voting rules,” raising questions “about whether or not people are going to be able to vote safely in the midst of a pandemic,” Hasen says.
As concerns about voting build, the Supreme Court refuses to step in
NPR, July 25, 2020
July 25, 2020