NY Legislation Expands Vote by Mail Access

Lawmakers in New York have expanded voting access by passing the New York Early Mail Voter Act. The new act allows registered voters to get early mail voting ballots by submitting an application to their local Board of Elections. Brett Edkins, managing director for policy and political affairs at Stand Up America, believes the new policy will increase voter turnout, especially among young people, voters of color, and elderly voters. 


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