In November, millions of Americans will head to the polls to vote for our nation’s next leader. But millions more will be kept from casting a ballot, blocked by voter suppression. That includes measures such as strict voter ID laws, overly complicated absentee ballot regulations or extreme consolidation of polling locations. Janai Nelson is the Associate Director-Counsel of the NCAAP Legal Defense and Education Fund. Soledad O’Brien talks to her about the legal battles across the country to either grant or deny access to the polls.



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