California elections officials order Republicans to remove illegal ballot drop boxes
California's Secretary of State issued a cease-and-desist order, telling the state's GOP to remove illegal ballot drop boxes by Thursday. But, the party isn't backing down, citing the state's "ballot harvesting" law. CBS News campaign reporter Musadiq Bidar joined Elain Quijano to discuss.
The US Postal Service has warned that millions of mail-in votes may not arrive in time to be counted November 3, the Election Day.
States are scrambling to install ballot drop boxes to encourage early voting.
That is despite President Donald Trump's claims without evidence that mail-in voting will encourage fraud.
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Maryland, US. The California GOP is at the center of a national discussion after placing unauthorized ballot boxes in locations across the state. Earlier this week, the state's attorney general and secretary of state filed a cease-and-desist order for the removal of the unauthorized boxes, saying they are causing concerns over voter security. Co-writer of the California Playbook and reporter covering California politics at Politico, Jeremy B. White, joins CBSN with more on the brewing legal battle. North Carolina officials have ordered seven voters so far to remove photos of ballots shared online. Former President Bill Clinton speaks with CNN's Jake Tapper about why he decided to nominate Ruth Bader Ginsburg for the Supreme Court. Clinton said it is "superficially hypocritical" for President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans to push to put a new justice on the Supreme Court before the November election.