Getting out the vote in jail, during a pandemic

North Carolina Health News

These barriers work to create “de facto disenfranchisement” for the estimated 482,000 eligible pre-trial voters  in jails across the country, according to Dana Paikowsky, an attorney who focuses on jail-based enfranchisement at Campaign Legal Center, a DC-based nonprofit that works to improve voter access nationwide.

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