This article is published by The Rogersville Review. Here is an excerpt:
More than a quarter of the over 800 calls Tennessee voters and would-be voters made to an election hotline last November were to ask questions about, and document challenges with, voter registration, according to a new report out today by ThinkTennessee.
The first-of-its-kind analysis draws on the Tennessee call logs processed by 866-OUR-VOTE, a national, nonpartisan election hotline operated by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, as well as survey responses from 15 county election administrators.
The report offers a retrospective look at how election administration was adapted during the remarkably tumultuous election year, which included tornadoes, a pandemic and record voter turnout. Its findings highlight the state’s strengths, as well as opportunities for improvement.
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