11/3/20 | Repost | The Spokesman-Review |
Though voters returned ballots this year in historic numbers, candidates themselves had to think outside the box to connect with the growing electorate and each other as COVID-19 cases continued to rise and interaction with the public has fallen.
Most candidates rely on doorbelling, meet-and-greets, public forums and debates to meet voters and share ideas. Many of those events were moved online, or candidates and venues have canceled them altogether to prevent the spread of COVID-19.(Read the full article about Candidate connection examples with voters)