In 2008, I voted for the first time, in the New Hampshire primary, and ever since I've been fascinated by civic duty, the voting process, and government bureaucracies. I became a dual citizen with Italy in 2014, have been a poll worker in NYC for the past two presidential elections, and observed the Stein recount in Pennsylvania in 2016. I'm also a Notary Public, a FOIA fan boy, and a reluctant advocate of the Electoral College.
I know that nothing will change the outcome, but isn’t the assurance of election integrity as important as the results? Read more at the Huffington Post.