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

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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.

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