I know we hear the same rhetoric every election cycle, but this time feels different. With combination of COVID-19, racial injustice, an unpresidential President, I feel more compelled to vote than I ever have.

With the swiftly approaching election, I want to make sure people know their rights.  Some ask, do I need my ID to vote?  What are some voter suppression tactics to look out for?

To help clear up some misconceptions, I reached to the president of Michigan’s League of Women Voters Dearborn-Dearborn Heights, Mary Jo Durivage.  Listen to her interview.  

Episode 8: Vote

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4 Responses

  1. I learned so much especially thought provoking about the subtle snd not so subtle types of voter suppression.

  2. This was a great conversation. I loved Mary Jo’s laugh and clear, easy to understand directions and information. I feel empowered not only to cast my vote but also deeply aware of how profound that right is. I will look up Vote411.org in my home state of California. Thank you.

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