What voter suppression looks like in the U.S. election
Hours-long lines, polling place closures and voter roll purges are just a few of the ways that the upcoming U.S. election is challenging voting rights in the country.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is also an unprecedented demand for mail-in ballots, adding many logistical challenges and complications to vote counting. Many voters are also concerned about the effectiveness of the post office.
Today on Front Burner, we explain voter suppression in this election, and who is disproportionately affected by it, with CBC Washington correspondent Alex Panetta and CBC New York correspondent Steven D'Souza.