This article is from Wamu 88.5 by Rachel Martin:
The presidential election is just a few months away.
Who votes and who doesn’t — and why — is a complex question. Kim Wehle, a law professor at the University of Baltimore, has written a book she calls “one-stop shopping” to help address this — and to break down voting into small, manageable questions and answers.
Her book, What You Need to Know about Voting — and Why, addresses voting- and democracy-related questions like the meaning of voter suppression, whether voter fraud is real, and what foreign interference means, and defines everything from dark money to PACs.
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