Poland’s presidential vote to be in person with mail option

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s lawmakers have voted to change rules for the postponed presidential election to make it a vote in person at polling stations with an option of postal voting. The changes to the electoral law that were approved late Tuesday come after the May 10 election was postponed amid political infighting over its timing during the coronavirus pandemic. Officials could not ready an all-postal vote in time and the opposition said it was not fair that their candidates could not campaign during the lockdown while President Andrzej Duda often appeared on state television. The new date for the election should take place before late July but has not been set yet.