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Why long wait times don’t affect all voters equally
A new Mother Jones report documents how wait times at polling booths for African Americans were nearly twice as long as white voters in the last election. Michael Waldman from The Brennan Center for Justice and Ben Jealous, Chairman of the Southern Elections Fund, discuss how uneven resource allocation can affect the voting experience in minority-dominated precincts.
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