This latest surge in COVID cases comes as the election season kicks into high gear. SMU political analyst Cal Jillson says this hurts Democrats, who are more likely to cancel the door-to-door campaigns over the fear of spreading the virus. He says the lead-up to the March primaries looks a whole lot like the time before the 2020 presidential election. Democrats have started to cancel in-person appearances while Republicans continue to hold traditional events. And he predicts a similar outcome.