Mail-in voting gets powerful bipartisan push
While President Trump has derided mail-in voting as rife for fraud, the pandemic has forced the hand of many states, as they transition to that model ahead of primaries and the November election. Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, who also served as the nation’s first Homeland Security Secretary, is co-chairing an effort supporting mail-in balloting called VoteSafe.us, along with former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Democrat. He joined Jim on The Final 5 to talk about why he supports the effort, and what advice he’d give President Trump when it comes to getting out the vote.