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Kentuckians need more ways to vote. Kentucky's voting laws are more restrictive than Georgia's – even when considering their recently adopted voter suppression laws. Lawmakers need to expand access to the ballot box so all Kentuckians have a fair say in the future of the commonwealth.

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Kentuckians need more ways to vote. Our voting laws are more restrictive than Georgia's – even when considering their recently adopted voter suppression laws. Restrictive voting laws disproportionately harm people who live in rural areas, have hourly jobs, have children, have a disability, or are a person of color. Voters need:

- Same-day voter registration
- No-excuse absentee ballots
- 2-weeks of no-excuse early voting
- Ballot drop boxes
- More acceptable forms of ID

I appreciate the General Assembly's efforts to modestly expand access in 2021, but we must go further.

Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy, and access to the ballot box can be expanded while maintaining the security of our elections. Expanding access to the ballot box is a non-partisan issue that will increase the ability of all Kentuckians to make their voices heard, particularly those in rural areas, with low incomes, and of color.

As your constituent, I respectfully urge you to expand access to the ballot box in Kentucky. Thank you for your service to the commonwealth.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]

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