Professor Daniel Tokaji featured in The Columbus Dispatch discussing elections being impacted by COVID-19
Professor Daniel Tokaji was recently interviewed by The Columbus Dispatch discussing whether or not an “election period” could replace Election Day in Ohio after the primaries were postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
“I very much hope we’ll still be able to have in-person voting at some point,” he said. “There has to be at least some opportunity for some people — people with disabilities in particular — who need the technology to be able to vote independently.”
An expert in election law and voting rights, Tokaji is also the associate dean for faculty at Moritz.