Wendy Weiser

New York University Law School

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Director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School

Wendy Weiser on KCRW

In North Carolina, it’s same-day registration; in Ohio it’s early voting; in Wisconsin and Texas, it’s Voter ID.

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In North Carolina, it’s same-day registration; in Ohio it’s early voting; in Wisconsin and Texas, it’s Voter ID.

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The early stories about today's election feature long lines, provisional ballots, election monitors with political agendas and the potential for automatic recounts.

Long Lines, Voting Irregularities and Possible Recounts

The early stories about today's election feature long lines, provisional ballots, election monitors with political agendas and the potential for automatic recounts.

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