Just how bad does this feel on the ground? I read the stories, but I have no real world baseline experience with voting in the US to relate them to. You've long had issues with black voter suppression and gerrymandering. Then in 2016, you had fake news campaigns online targeting and tipping swing states, and have greatly reduced your internet security over the last four years. Now you have kidnappings and police brutality intimidating voters, limited polling stations, apparently no mechanisms to make voting in person safe and efficient during the pandemic, and a dismantled postal service. All of that is clearly bad. But how bad is it? Do you still think there is a chance for this election to produce something reasonably close to a democratic mandate? Or has it already become pointless? And if so, what happens next?