Would you vote by mail if you had to drive hours to a post office to mail your ballot? That question confronts the United States Supreme Court this session in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee, which analysts see as one of the most important voting rights cases in a decade.

The case considers two Arizona laws that place limits on how and when Arizonans can vote.

Cornell William Clayton, director of the Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy and Public Service and Michael Ritter, political science professor, of Washington State University wrote this for The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Read the original article at theconversation.com.

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Oh yeah pull out the smallest example at the expense of the massive voter fraud that happened on November 3rd 2020. In Arizona no less. All you have to know it was fraud is by watching how hard the democrats are fighting the voter audits.


These propaganda journalist call it restrictive voting. Then as always they play race card. The race card has been used for decades. But never any proof of disfranchisement. Is this reporter actually saying no whites live in rural areas?? Uhm. I guess when I go to the country I must be on the moon

Just look at the lawsuits by just state of Texas on dems for mail in ballot harvesting. Again dems and their little sheep media, don’t want any restrictions to voting so it can be abused for power


Washington State University??? Anything coming from College Professors , one can bet is far left possibly Marxist

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