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The United States is scheduled to hold presidential and congressional elections on November 3, 2020. Journalists covering elections and political rallies in the U.S. in recent years have been subjected to online and verbal harassment and even physical assault, CPJ has found.
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Find legal resources for journalists
- Contact the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press legal hotline at 1-800-336-4243, [email protected] rcfp.org, or online here
Safety advisory: Covering U.S. protests over police violence
U.S. Press Freedom Tracker Blog: Special Election Section
International Women’s Media Fund United States Journalism Emergency Fund Application
More safety questions? Ask a CPJ expert
CPJ’s safety experts provide information and support to all journalists, including freelancers and media workers, around the world. They host free information sessions with individual journalists or newsrooms on risk assessment, physical safety, and digital security. Please complete one of the forms below.
Webinars: Covering the 2020 U.S. election
Webinar Recording: Physical Safety Workshop with Chris Post and Colin Pereira
Webinar Recording: Digital Safety Workshop with Ela Stapley
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