I worked for 25 years as a college professor and dean. A significant part of the job of the Registrar is to educate the public on both the voter registration process, and where to vote once you’re registered. It’s also my job to find ways within current law to make those two things easier, so that everyone who wants to participate in the voting process can. I consider the work of the registrar a critical and sacred piece of protecting voting rights for all Americans. READ MORE
It’s critical to make sure that absentee ballots can be used to protect both the right to vote and the voters themselves. I wholeheartedly support the Secretary of the State’s decision to send absentee applications to every active registered voter, and I will advocate to the legislature to extend the use of absentee ballots in the November general election to protect the public’s health.