On Hawaii Public Radio's The Conversation - A Discussion of Concerns Raised about Voting By Mail

Before the nation was overwhelmed by the current health crisis, only five states conducted their elections through mail-in voting. Now, concerns over social distancing are causing elections offices across the country to reconsider how best to bring the ballot to the people. Hawaii was among those five states, and while mail-in voting is available for all residents - some are concerned about the lack of statewide Voter Services Centers. Sandy Ma, Common Cause Hawaii Executive Director and Lisa Gibson, group leader for Indivisible Hawaii Statewide Network are interviewed on their concerns. At the website link, scroll down to the 5th Conversation segment to listen to these concerns.

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