Not that many people need extra motivation to vote this November. “This is an extremely important election, and people on both sides have strong feelings,” says Glen Bolger, a partner at Public Opinion Strategies, a Republican polling firm. “I think that older voters are going to find a way to register their opinions, whether or not it’s in person.”
Big rallies and selfies with candidates may also go by the wayside, experts say. “How many babies will go unkissed?” Bolger asks.
Read more here about the effect of Coronavirus on older adult voters coming to the polls in the 2020 election.