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The 7 states where voting before Election Day is most difficult


The 7 states where voting before Election Day is most difficult

Nearly every state legislature is considering bills to either roll back pandemic-era voting easements or make permanent the rules that allowed a record-breaking number of Americans to cast their ballots ahead of Election Day.

But with election officials already looking ahead to the 2022 midterms, the Center for Election Innovation and Research is concerned with the rules that are on the books right now. So CEIR released a report Monday analyzing the current laws in each state to determine where it will be easiest to cast a ballot early in person or by mail next year.

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Finding Common Ground on the New Economy

Join the Common Ground Committee for a bipartisan conversation with former Gov. John Kasich and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro to better understand the government's role in a workforce radically altered by the pandemic and changes in technology and energy.

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