During the primaries, 15% of Los Angeles voters reported waiting in lines longer than 2 hours to vote. One such overcrowded polling location was on LMU’s campus. Veronica BP of Election 2020 spoke to renowned voting expert and Loyola Law School professor Justin Levitt about what Los Angeles has done to make sure that voting runs smoothly during this November's election.

Veronica is a junior triple major in film production, history, and computer science. She loves long talks about politics, amateur flying trapeze, and getting 8 hours of sleep (almost) every night.

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