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Voting Rights Don't Always Mean Voting Access—How Does Wyoming Measure Up?

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Susan Simpson
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The legal right to vote doesn't always translate to the ability to vote. 

There can be barriers to the polls, says Susan Simpson, the president of the League of Women Voters of Wyoming. That's a nonpartisan organization that provides information on political candidates and works for higher participation in the political process. Simpson talked with Wyoming Public Radio's Erin Jones about how Wyoming measures up when it comes to voting access.

Have a question about this story? Contact the reporter, Erin Jones, at ejones29@uwyo.edu.

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