This story is from NBC News by Stefan Sykes and Shamar Walters:
It was the Monday night before Election Day when Hannah Tindall made what she thought would be taken as a joke while discussing with friends the fate of her home state, Pennsylvania — sure to be a toss-up, if not the determining factor — in the coming days’ election.
Tindall, 22, a student at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, was dejected after two failed attempts to send her absentee ballot to Pennsylvania, where she’s registered to vote, had left her on the sidelines of what could be one the most consequential elections of her lifetime.
It was then, while sitting in her Atlanta apartment with three friends, that she proposed the unthinkable: What if they drove 800 miles from Atlanta to Harleysville, Pennsylvania, where she could vote in person?
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