Ready or Not, Election Costs Soar in Prep for Virus Voting
WASHINGTON (AP) — The November election is coming with a big price tag as America faces the coronavirus pandemic.
The demand for mail-in ballots is surging, election workers are in need of training and polling booths might have to be outfitted with protective shields.
But long-promised federal aid to help election officials is stalled in Congress.
State officials say they need more money to create a pandemic-ready voting system.
Lawmakers are set to debate the funding in the coming weeks, after approving $400 million in help earlier this year.
Key Senate Republicans seem likely to support another round of aid despite opposition from President Donald Trump.
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