Each election cycle, thousands of eligible voters are effectively disenfranchised because they sit in a jail cell - many there simply because they can’t afford bail - yet people in jail face significant, sometimes insurmountable obstacles to registering to vote and accessing a ballot. Read more»
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Elections have become more paper-based in recent years, driven by the surge in mail voting and concerns about security - but shortages have raised alarms that local election offices won’t have the time, flexibility or money to respond to late changes this fall. Read more»