Mail-in-ballots may hurt Pennsylvania’s low-income voter turnout

FAN Editor

The Biden and Trump campaigns are both looking to grab Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes. Like many states, Pennsylvania has a relatively new vote-by-mail law that is supposed to help voters but, a report from ProPublica and The Philadelphia Inquirer found the new law is hurting some low-income voters. Lana Zak spoke more about the issue with Jonathan Lai from The Philadelphia Inquirer, who is the co-author of the article.

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