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According to some estimates, New Orleans has lost almost fifty percent of its voting population since Hurricane Katrina. Now in its second post-storm election cycle, local officials and activists face the challenge of maintaining accurate voter roles while ensuring the rights of a target population dispersed across the country. Join Kojo for an update on outreach efforts.
- Sandra Wilson Registrar of Voters for Orleans Parish
- Edward Hailes, Jr. Senior Attorney, Advancement Project
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