Suppressing the military vote
Excerpt: My husband has been in the U.S. Army for over 22 consecutive years. He has served in the Airborne Division, completed three combat tours in Iraq, and helped stand up a new Army cyber command. He is a smart man, and definitely my hero. Yet, with all of his Army training, the military has failed to teach him how to create a U.S. Postal envelope out of a sheet of paper. Unfortunately, this year as a deployed soldier, that is precisely what he is being asked to do. In order to cast his vote on the ballot emailed to him, he must create his own postal envelope from paper and Scotch tape.