Friday, April 17Voting in a Pandemic: the Upcoming Primary Election in Maine
LWV-Downeast hosts a monthly radio program on democracy in cooperation with WERU FM.
Our live programming at WERU is a casualty of the ongoing civil defense against COVID-19. Our loyal partners at WERU have taken steps to limit exposure for their volunteers and staff.
But we are adapting! If all goes according to plan, we will be on the air as scheduled, Friday, April 17, at 4:00 p.m. with a new episode prerecorded on April 15. No listener calls will be taken, but comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with Democracy Forum on the subject line.
We will talk about how the continuing COVID-19 emergency might change voting procedures in Maine's upcoming primary election and what steps are being taken to protect the election, election workers, and the voting public.
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