We know these are tough times — the country is still experiencing the raging COVID-19 pandemic, an economic recession and continuing protests against injustice. And in two weeks, it’ll be Election Day, where millions will cast their votes for president and a slew of other statewide and local races.
The lead-up to Election Day has also been characterized by heightened concerns around voting, the integrity of the election and the vote-by-mail process.
That’s why we’re here: To help you answer your questions, address your concerns and help you understand the basics about the election and voting. What information do you need to vote safely in a pandemic?
Use this form to submit questions about voting and The Beacon staff may be in touch with you for future reporting. We’ll get answers to the most frequently asked questions at our virtual event “Voting: Simple Answers to Straight Questions” on Oct. 30 at noon.
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