3/14/2020, Originally Featured in The Montgomery Herald
“It is often said, “every vote counts.” In West Virginia, every voter counts, too.
For too long, segments of voters have been disenfranchised from our democratic process through no fault of their own. Deployed armed services members often lack access to mail, printers, and scanners – components needed for casting paper ballots from remote locations. Similarly, voters with living with a physical disability are often prevented from marking and casting a ballot secretly when they cannot make it to the polls in person.”
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