Homeless People Can Vote, Too

Independent News,  September 7, 2018

Even if living on the street, he or she can identify cross streets, for example, the intersection of Elm and Main Streets, where the person can usually be found. The city must be listed; it is helpful to include a ZIP code.

Other addresses include a homeless shelter, friend’s address, or a Post Office box. ...

The National Coalition for the Homeless...has launched an initiative called “You Don’t Need a Home to Vote” Campaign.

By Ron McNicoll

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