The Minnesota legislature wants to make it as easy as possible for voters to get to the polls.
In major, DFL-dominated cities, anyway; Minnesota urban transit systems will be providing free transportation all day tomorrow, courtesy of the Democrat-controlled 2014 legislature:
The faith-based group ISAIAH works to increase voter turnout. Organizer Matt Gladue said the new law might help people in a rush with work and children to get to the polls before they close.
“Any law that removes the substantial barriers people face to getting to the polls on Election Day is a good law,” Gladue said. “If it allows one, a hundred or a thousand people to get to the polls who wouldn’t be able to do it, it’s a good thing.”
No word yet if ISAIAH is going to help farmers in Pennington County make the long, cold drive to their polling stations after a long day in the fields…