Voting During a Pandemic

August 14, 2020

How concerned are you about voting in person during this pandemic?

Video Description

An animated introduction with shapes and text says: Community Pulse, then Kriston is in a purple shirt and in front of a white background, and he’s signing the question below in the transcript.

Transcript

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, many things have become challenging. I’m curious, regarding traditional, in-person voting, are you concerned or not so much? I’m curious how you feel.

Responses

“Going if I have to wear my military gas mask!!! Nothing but death would keep me from going into the poll! I will not give him the opportunity to not count my ballot by stealing the Post Office! #Vote”

“I’ll vote in a hazmat suit if I have to.”

“I’m not concerned about voting in person. It takes me a few minutes to wait in line. I’m lucky living in small town.”

“I am pretty worried about it – I hope they have good safety measures in place by then.”

How concerned are you about voting in person during this pandemic?

SignVote alternative logo signing vote in ASL with one hand blue and the other hand red.

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