I Couldn’t have Made it Through that Line..

  Photo from the New York Times, April 8, 2020 __________________________________________________________- And I’m sure many other voters with disabilities didn’t make it, either. But the ones that did risked their lives to vote. The question is, why were they forced to make that horrendous choice? If ever there was a reason to advocate for mail-in […]

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We’re still “Committed,” even if we Can’t Stand for an Hour

If you can’t stand in line for an hour or use a pencil and paper to vote (the “old-fashioned way”), does that mean you are less patriotic or less committed to get into that voting booth? That’s what I just heard an elected official imply in a television interview. It’s unfortunate, because I am normally […]

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