Debra Cleaver

Founder of Vote.org

Founder of Vote.org

Debra Cleaver on KCRW

Maybe people don’t know where to vote, whether they’re registered or what time the polls close. Vote.org has been trying to get people to vote by texting them.

Text messages aim to boost voter turnout

Maybe people don’t know where to vote, whether they’re registered or what time the polls close. Vote.org has been trying to get people to vote by texting them.

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