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Editorial Note: This guest blog post was written by Carolyn Castore, League of Women Voters of Wisconsin
Over the past few weeks, I’ve visited New York City for National Voter Registration Day and then Texas, Wisconsin and
"Voters should not have to face an obstacle course in order to participate in our democracy," said MacNamara of the victory for voters.
On Election Day, I had an opportunity to work as a “state lead” at the national headquarters of the Election Protection Coalition, a nonpartisan national voter assistance hotline administered by our voting rights coalition partners.
Today, after months of relentless attack ads and millions of dollars in dark money campaign spending, American voters are casting their ballots and making their voices heard.
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