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¿Has experimentado algún problema al votar? Queremos escuchar tu historia

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Las elecciones están a la vuelta de la esquina. Si estás planeando votar, ya sea el 6 de noviembre o durante el período de votación anticipada en tu estado, queremos que nos ayudes a encontrar problemas en el proceso de votación.

Estamos interesados en oír sobre cualquier impedimento que obstaculice el derecho al voto: colas largas, problemas en el registro en las listas de votantes, máquinas rotas, incidentes de intimidación, barreras lingüísticas, etc. Si eres un votante interesado en el proyecto, puedes apuntarte y contarnos tu experiencia al votar:

  • SMS: envía la palabra VOTA al 81380 (se aplican tarifas de mensajes de texto estándar).
  • WhatsApp: envía la palabra VOTA al 1-850-909-8683.
  • Facebook Messenger: ve a

O también puedes utilizando el formulario que se incluye al final de este texto.

En 2016, la coalición Electionland recibió miles de incidentes a través de una línea telefónica de asesoramiento legal, así como miles de mensajes de texto y publicaciones de votantes en redes sociales. Periodistas locales de todo el país reportearon 400 historias y ayudaron a llamar la atención sobre problemas de votación que se solucionaron antes de que cerraran las urnas. Queremos hacerlo de nuevo y necesitamos tu ayuda. ¡Regístrate ahora!

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About Electionland

ProPublica’s Electionland project covers problems that prevent eligible voters from casting their ballots during the 2020 elections. Our coalition of newsrooms around the country are investigating issues related to voter registration, pandemic-related changes to voting, the shift to vote-by-mail, cybersecurity, voter education, misinformation, and more.

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