Working to keep the discussion going, State Senator Rachel May was in Lyncourt hosting a town hall meeting on election reforms and ways to improve voter rights.
May answered questions and concerns about jobs and poverty in Salina, climate change, and the impact of early voting.
“So early voting, which they do in 37 other states, just means that they will have another voting palce open 12 days before the election,” she explained. “Two weekends before the election and the week in between they’ll be able to vote.”
This was one of a series of town hall meetings from May, all of which are free to the public.
For her schedule of events, click here.