Inside Edition, Billboards & The Lincoln Project Show Voters How to Report Voter Suppression

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How do you tackle rampant voter suppression? Thousands of citizen reporters exposing voting issues and getting them quickly to the press, officials and voting rights advocates. Inside Edition, The Lincoln Project and billboards encourage voters to report obstacles they face with SeeSay2020.

Inside Edition

Inside Edition with Deborah Norville is a news broadcasting newsmagazine distributed by CBS. It premiered in 1989 and is the longest-running syndicated-newsmagazine program that is not strictly focused on entertainment news. A recent episode explained how to report voting challenges with SeeSay2020.

Deborah Norville, host of Inside Edition recommends voters report problems with SeeSay2020.

Inside Edition

Reclaim Our Vote

Reclaim Our Vote (ROV) is a campaign of the Center for Common Ground a non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization. It empowers under-represented voters to fully participate in elections through voter education on how to monitor voter registration status, find voting locations (vote centers, dropboxes and voting precincts) as well as county contacts for local boards of elections or registrars. ROV has billboard in North and South Carolina along with a fleet of trucks mounted with digital billboards in Texas that encourage voters to report issues.

Reclaim Our Vote

The Lincoln Project

The Lincoln Project was formed in late 2019 by a number of former Republicans. It is named for Abraham Lincoln, a Republican who fought to keep the country unified. They are recommending voters report voting issues with SeeSay2020.

Lincoln Project uses SeeSay2020 to combat voter suppression with crowdsourced intelligence.

The Lincoln Project

Take Away: Voter suppression is a national scourge. Only by collaboration can we tackle it and build a freely sharable, database of voter suppression information to enable every citizen to vote freely. Please help share SeeSay2020. Thank you.

Deepak
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