We’ve put out materials specifically aimed at individual voters so that they have the basic information that they need. Everything from one-page guides for [organizations] getting their members involved, or just urging their members to go [vote], so they know what the law is.Fair Elections Legal Network president and cofounder Robert Brandon • Discussing the work they put in to make sure your post counts. They’re not alone. A number of other organizations put in significant amounts of time to ensure that voters were informed and aware of their rights as they went to the polls. “If somebody’s going door to door, trying to convince people to go vote, they can hand them these palm cards and it’ll say, in the case of Pennsylvania, ‘You do not need a photo ID to vote in this election,’” Brandon emphasized.
November 6, 2012 // 19:35 // 1 year ago