The first things that come to mind when thinking about helping the homeless are volunteering, donating, and simply working to make a difference. Voting is just as important to help in need, so it is vital that registered voters cast their votes.
With less than one hundred days until the midterm elections, citizens across the country are gearing up to use their voices and vote. By reading pamphlets or watching the news, people educate themselves on the election propositions and politicians on the ballot. But what does this process look like for those experiencing homelessness? How do they vote?