Immigrants Attention: Limited English? How to fill the ballot? Trusting the system? A guide on how to vote in the U.S.A.
“The election system in the United States has been tried and true for over 200 years. It is safe, it is secure and it works.” Brian Kruse, Douglas County Election Commissioner, Nebraska.
23 million U.S. immigrants are eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential election. The voting process in the United States is possibly very different from what immigrants are familiar with. That is why America with an Accent focuses this time on how to vote in the United States. Brian Kruse, the Election Commissioner for Douglas County in Nebraska explains:
- Who can vote?
- Do you need an identification document (ID)?
- What are the most common mistakes?
- How are votes counted and when?
- Can you change your vote?
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