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The Importance of Making Sure You’re Registered to Vote with Vote Riders

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This week, we’re joined by Kathleen Unger, founder and president of Vote Riders, who talks to us about the many hoops you have to jump through to vote, that women are still victims of voter suppression, and how you just can’t trust Congressmen in North Carolina.

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