Counting the votes will take longer this year. That’s okay.
As two former U.S. Senate majority leaders, we didn’t always see eye-to-eye during our time together in Congress. But today we agree on one thing: Nothing — including the novel coronavirus — should stand in the way of Americans exercising their right to vote. We are confident the nation will overcome this year’s challenges and conduct free and fair elections.
This November, we must all put country over party, build bridges across ideological differences and defend the integrity of the political system that binds us together as Americans. That’s why the two of us have joined together with more than 30 other former elected officials, former Cabinet secretaries, retired military officials and civic leaders to form the bipartisan National Council on Election Integrity to defend the legitimacy of our elections. The council is sponsoring a new bipartisan public education campaign called Count Every Vote to ensure that every vote cast in accordance with state laws is counted in 2020.
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