This story is from The Guardian:
At Loyola Marymount University in California, for example, months-long organizing by students and faculty resulted in the campus being shut down during the midterm elections in 2018 – expanding the number of student voters. Several law professors also arranged a program for law students to volunteer at the polls and answer voters’ questions.
“It was a 16-hour day of helping people find their way at the polling location and the volunteers were definitely exhausted afterwards,” said Christopher Kissel, a third-year law student at Loyola. “We really saw how the democratic sausage is made, and it isn’t always pretty, and it definitely isn’t easy.”
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