Voting is the bedrock of America's democracy. In a government of, by, and for the people, casting a ballot is the fundamental means through which we all have a say in the political decisions that affect our lives. Yet now, without substantial interventions, the freedom to vote is at great risk.
This report contains a comprehensive and bold agenda of 16 policy proposals and common sense reforms. It details policies to help us realize the full promise of a democracy.
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Title: Millions to the Polls: Practical Policies to Fulfill the Freedom to Vote for All Americans
Publication date 2014-02-18
Publication Year 2014
J. Mijin Cha
, Liz Kennedy
North America / United States
, voter registration
, poll workers
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