States must provide the public with clear messages about the changes that have been made to polling locations and voting practices during this very unusual presidential election, says Elizabeth Matto, professor and director of Rutgers University’s Center for Youth Political Participation at the Eagleton Institute of Politics. Matto, who recently launched RU Voting National, a new online resource helping college students vote, discusses voting during the pandemic, allegations of voter fraud and election integrity, and steps to take when planning how to vote this year. To read the full story.
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