Post Originals  ·   November 7, 2011

Innovation still needed to protect voters' rights

- Director of The Annenberg Public Policy Center and University of Pennsylvania communications professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson spoke with the Post's Emi Kolawole about the need for greater technological innovation to assist eligible voters in knowing their rights and where they need to be in order to cast their vote. ()

- Director of The Annenberg Public Policy Center and University of Pennsylvania communications professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson spoke with the Post's Emi Kolawole about the need for greater technological innovation to assist eligible voters in knowing their rights and where they need to be in order to cast their vote. ()

Innovation still needed to protect voters' rights

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