Kim Alexander

president of California Voter Foundation

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President and founder of the California Voter Foundation

Kim Alexander on KCRW

With political polarization and changes to the voting system, some people are skeptical about the legitimacy of the midterm results. How are officials increasing transparency?

Are 2022 midterms fair? How election officials are fighting conspiracies

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"Before your ballot would be rejected, your county has to contact you and provide you with a chance to submit a new signature," says Kim Alexander, president of California Voter…

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