This article published by Maine Public is written by Robbie Feinberg:
This week, the League of Women Voters of Maine and Maine Citizens for Clean Elections released their latest State of Maine Democracy report. It’s an assessment of the health of Maine’s government, from voting rights to money in politics, as seen by those two organizations.
This year’s edition concludes that, compared to other states, Maine fares relatively well in terms of voter access and turnout. But there are several challenges, including for voters in areas of higher poverty and for residents lacking internet access.
Anna Kellar, executive director of both of the groups, spoke with Maine Public’s Robbie Feinberg about the report.
Click here to access the full interview transcript.