Voters concerned about coronavirus currently have the option of requesting an absentee ballot for the August 6 election, but the state is appealing a chancellor’s order on the issue.

Early this month, Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle ordered the state Election Commission to add voters afraid to vote in person because of the viral pandemic to the list of those eligible for mail-in absentee ballots.

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