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In a democracy, everyone gets to vote. In a fair society, no one is tricked into not voting, or harassed, or obstructed in any way from exercising their franchise. Here’s what to do if you run into problems voting…

In a democracy, everyone gets to vote. In a fair society, no one is tricked into not voting, or harassed, or obstructed in any way from exercising their franchise.

But we know there will be problems out there. A nonpartisan website offers an array of information on election protection, on efforts to guarantee the vote, on what to do if you encounter difficulties. Find it here. Or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE or email help@866ourvote.org.

And regardless of whom you prefer—or whether you don’t really like any of the candidates—you still should get out there and make the hard choices.

Vote—because you can.

 

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  • Russ Baker

    Russ Baker is Editor-in-Chief of WhoWhatWhy. He is an award-winning investigative journalist who specializes in exploring power dynamics behind major events.

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