Julian Zelizer, a CNN political analyst, is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and author of the forthcoming book, “Burning Down the House: Newt Gingrich, the Fall of a Speaker, and the Rise of the New Republican Party.” Follow him on Twitter: @julianzelizer. The views expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion at CNN. (CNN)Despite the global pandemic, we must take steps to ensure a high turnout is possible during the 2020 election. While public attention has naturally turned toward our health care system’s ability to treat the mounting number of Covid-19 patients — along with the spluttering economy — it would be a disastrous mistake to assume everything will run smoothly in November. Given how much has changed in the last few weeks, it’s impossible to predict what things will look like by Election Day. Even if we emerge from our homes and resume a new normal, there may still be public health directives that continue some forms of social distancing — whether it be staggering employees to work from the office on certain days or asking the elderly to continue sheltering in place.This could have a profound impact on our presidential

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