Covid-19 can’t stop the presidential election

Bloomberg Opinion Today
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Just when we think 2020 has given us more than we can handle, we're reminded that the U.S. presidential election is less than four months away. With such great anxiety comes great opportunity: for Democrats on climate-change policy, and for Donald Trump's detractors to highlight his widely panned handling of Covid-19. Despite continued economic uncertainty and a pandemic-induced recession, the economy remains the president's strongest suit in polling; though his support has slipped even in that department, plenty of voters have maintained their staunch backing of Trump. So what do we know? Not even a pandemic can stop an election.

Biden Shows He Gets It on Clean Energy — Michael R. Bloomberg

Democrats Put Pragmatism on Display — Jonathan Bernstein

Biden's Green Plans Put the Best Ideas of His Rivals to Work — Noah Smith

The Supreme Court's Future Hinges on the 2020 Election — Noah Feldman

A Democratic Senate Is Looking More Likely — Jonathan Bernstein

The Coronavirus Isn't Steamrolling Elections — Yet — Daniel Moss

Bidenomics Is a Populist Gridlock Buster. Uh-Oh. — Michael R. Strain

Trump's War on Fauci May End in Defeat for Both — Ramesh Ponnuru

Trump Is Squandering His Political Assets — Jonathan Bernstein

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