ICYMI: Gov. Brown Calls For Expanded Vote-By-Mail in National Op-Ed
Brown: We’ve Had Vote-by-mail In Oregon For Decades. It’s Obviously The Best Way To Hold Elections Now
In case you missed it, Every State, Every Vote Co-Chair Oregon Gov. Kate Brown published an op-ed in Newsweek calling for the expansion of vote-by-mail as our country continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. In her op-ed, Brown argues that “in order to flatten the curve, no aspect of our society will remain untouched, and that means we also need to change the way we vote.” Ensuring that Americans can continue to safely exercise their right to vote means supporting a vote-by-mail program like the one that has operated successfully in Oregon for decades.
Gov. Kate Brown has been a champion of expanding access to the ballot box throughout her time in office. As governor, she has strengthened Oregon’s vote by mail program by ensuring pre-paid postage for all ballots.
You can read the full op-ed here.
Check out EveryStateEveryVote.com to learn more about how Democratic governors are expanding access to the ballot box.