California Is Trying to Change the Way We Vote
Los Angeles County is remodeling its voting experience. And depending how the rollout goes for the county’s 5.4 million voters during its 2020 election debut, voting changes could extend further across the U.S. WSJ’s Emily Glazer explains. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street Journal
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