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Video your vote

November 4 at ground level

Photo: billaday, CC by-nd

YouTube and PBS have teamed up to ask US voters to document their voting experiences. You're invited to upload your election day video to the Video Your Vote channel, where you can also watch "exclusive videos from voter registration experts, election reform activists, and state officials, as well as video footage from the PBS archives for a historical look at voting through the years."

Our colleagues at the Citizen Media Law Project have already contributed a piece of their own, Video Your Vote: A Legal Primer, as part of their research on the laws regulating recording activities and newsgathering functions at polling places.

 

Indeed, the CMLP has assembled a written guide for those who wish to document their vote, plus, this fall, they're been blogging on state-specific considerations and a wealth of related issues as well:

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