Take Action to Improve Voter Access

The ability to vote is fundamental to the democratic process and voter participation is the key to ensuring fair elections take place. The current limitations on absentee voting serve as unnecessary barriers to voter participation and stifle the democratic process. This constitutional amendment is designed to remove barriers to voting for individuals that may not be able to physically visit their polling site on Election Day, but nonetheless are in the county that they reside and are otherwise eligible to vote. This could happen for any variety of family, work, academic, or other reasons and is particularly an issue for working families, senior citizens and those voters without accessible public transportation. Given the realities of modern life for parents, grandparents and other caregivers, it is now more likely that individuals are preoccupied on Election Day with important responsibilities and obligations. No one should be denied the right to vote by these archaic obstacles to the ballot. Enter your information below to take action and send a letter your representatives telling them to support the constitutional amendment to improve voter access!