In 2020, the United States held its first presidential election in a pandemic. It was expected that nationwide voting by mail would cause issues, but few expected a partisan fight over access to voting during a pandemic.
Elisabeth Frost is a partner at Perkins Coie, which has the oldest political law department in the country. She specializes in litigation that involves the political practice.
On this episode, she discusses the election and the role lawyers must play in safeguarding American democracy in the immediate fight against voter suppression.