Legislature passes bill aimed at making voting more accessible


The Legislature has approved a package of bills aimed at making voting more accessible and ensuring that as many votes are counted as possible.

The Senate on Thursday sent the governor a bill that, among other things, would allow voters in a county to cast a ballot at any polling place on Election Day.

The bill gives county election officials the ability to decide whether to make that convenience available to voters.

No county would be required to make the option available to voters. They also need . . .


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