‘Easy to vote, hard to cheat.’ Kentucky threads needle on voter access.
Democracy isn’t just about the right to vote, but about how election participation, in turn, impacts communities. Conservative Kentucky has found a bipartisan way to strengthen that right.
When Joshua Douglas wrote a book on how individual Americans are trying to expand voting rights as a way to help their communities, he didn’t expect a large Republican readership.
After all, Republicans have spent years trying to make it harder to cast a ballot at election time.
So when Michael Adams, Kentucky’s chief election official, called in 2019 to congratulate him...