Reddit Sets Slate of Voting in America Ask Me Anything Sessions

The initiative follows its Up the Vote voter-registration drive

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Reddit is following up on its Up the Vote voter-registration initiative with Voting in America, a series of Ask Me Anything sessions leading up to Election Day in the U.S.

Voting in America is aimed at giving Redditors access to information from experts on voting laws and voter rights, as well as clarity on the process of voting for the first time and voting absentee or by mail.

The list of participants, thus far, includes:

  • Ari Berman, former senior contributing writer for The Nation and fellow at The Nation Institute, as well as author of Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America, TBD.
  • Benjamin
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