Join CIR for a fascinating set of reflections, predictions, and sober analysis of the 2020 election. Will there be a clear winner? How will mail-in voting affect the process? Will there be civil unrest or evidence of electoral inconsistencies — or outright declarations of voter fraud? How will the world perceive the U.S. elections — or actively meddle in it? How will our existing laws and the Constitution itself guide us through what could be an extremely tumultuous period? We’ll feature four panelists: Rich Moriarty, a former assistant attorney general in Wisconsin; Mark Davis, a former assistant attorney general in Maryland; Amb. Vicki Huddleston, who led U.S. diplomatic missions in Cuba, Mali, Ethiopia, and Madagascar; and Dr. Todd Greentree, a historian, author, and former U.S. foreign service officer.