With the presidential election right around the corner, it is important to understand what your rights are as a voter, what you need to cast your ballot, and how to resist intimidation.
Here are some of the key points Ted mentions in the article:
- If you cannot vote in person, you have the right to apply to vote by mail.
- If you are sure you have registered to vote, and a poll worker says your name is not on the list, you can ask for a provisional ballot.
- All polling locations must be completely accessible to the disabled and elderly.
Read the full article here.
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