Panelists discuss barriers to voting in Michigan ahead of November election

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“When I went to vote in my wheelchair, there was nowhere for me to vote. I could get in the building, I could get my ballot, I could engage with the poll worker, but when I turned around to look for somewhere to go fill out my ballot, all of the voting booths were standing height which means they were above my head. I turned back to the poll worker and I said, ‘Excuse me, where should I vote?’ and she didn’t have an answer for me.”

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