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KPCC’s Sharon McNary has the story of how one Los Angeles official is rethinking elections. His plan isn’t just about going high tech, although that’s part of his approach.
Dean Logan envisions a day very soon when the citizens of Los Angeles can vote in coffee shops, libraries, even convenience stores.
Logan, the county’s registrar of voters, has a big vision for transforming voting behavior in Los Angeles County, especially among those in their teens and 20s.
It’s a daunting challenge.
Read more at Southern California Public Radio, and see Maya Sugarman’s complete slideshow.