Trevor Potter Comments on Voting by Mail in New York Times

The New York Times

The drive to expand vote-by-mail options during the coronavirus pandemic has emerged as the centerpiece of a growing political fight ahead of November's election.

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Trevor Potter, a Republican former chairman of the Federal Election Commission who founded the Washington-based Campaign Legal Center, said Trump's reaction was puzzling since Republicans often do well in mail-in balloting.

"Polls show older Americans, those thought to be most vulnerable to the virus, are more likely to support President Trump than other voters," Potter said, adding conservative Utah is one of five states that has gone to all-mail voting with little sign of fraud.

Trevor Potter is also a Member of the Political Law Group at Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered.

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