“How to Fix Long Lines: New Brennan Center Voting Proposal”

Press release: “A new Brennan Center proposal outlines a three-part plan to fix long lines at the polls, responding to President Obama’s call for voting reform in both his inaugural address and election night speech. By modernizing voter registration, providing more early voting opportunities, and setting minimum national standards for polling place access, America can fix the long lines that plague elections and bring the voting system into the 21st century, according to the study.”


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