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How VoteRiders Is Helping A Million People Get Voter ID

Season 3, Episode 38 | March 20th, 2020
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How VoteRiders Is Helping A Million People Get Voter ID

In today’s episode, Jason Harrow talks with Kathleen Unger, the founder of VoteRiders, about voter ID laws and how her organization is helping more than 1 million people get identification so that they can vote. They discuss the prevalence of voter ID laws, how difficult and expensive it often is to get id, and how the coronavirus crisis is making things even worse.

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Roundpine by Blue Dot Sessions
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Vengeful by Blue Dot Sessions

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