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2020 is looking to be a pivotal year in politics. But this year's elections are about much more than the race for the White House. And the coronavirus pandemic is proving to be a complicating factor. WKSU, our colleagues at public radio stations across Ohio and the region and at NPR will bring you coverage of all the races from the national to the local level.

WKSU Launches Election Protection Project, Seeks Your Questions


Election Protection is WKSU’s community information initiative focused on access, policy and community resources around voting this November. This election cycle is unprecedented in many ways, and WKSU wants to create clarity around the voting process so that everyone in our community can exercise their right to vote.

Our reporters will be gathering information about how to vote, policy issues that affect voting and community resources available to anyone who needs information or help. Connect with WKSU on social media to see all of our Election Protection reporting and resources.

WKSU is partnering with Jen Miller, Executive Director of the League of Women Voters of Ohio, to answer your questions about voting in November. Submit your questions below.  


Natalie Pillsbury is Ideastream Public Media's Director of Strategic Content Initiatives.
Lindsay joined WKSU in November of 2016. Her responsibilities include generating revenue, engaging current donors and growing and cultivating the current listening audience. She manages the membership, marketing and communications teams. Prior to joining the WKSU team, Lindsay worked for the School of Communication Studies at Kent State University as the marketing and PR communication specialist, where she crafted marketing communication strategies, managed the website and social media accounts, created alumni communications, planned special events and supervised the team of PR/marketing assistants. Her career at Kent State started in 2011 when she served as the assistant director of marketing for the department of Alumni Relations. In that position, she managed the university's membership program, successfully growing it by 15% in four years.