Voters face election day hurdles
College students voting in Wisconsin this week faced long lines as they jumped through the many barriers to register and get the proper ID to vote. Plus, the Justice Department launched an investigation into Arizona’s primary last month where people waited for five hours or more to cast their votes. Deputy Director for the Brennan Center for Justice, Myrna Perez and Executive Director for One Wisconsin Now, Scot Ross, discuss the hurdles that voters are facing this campaign season.
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