Congress Mulls Safer Vote-By-Paper-Airplane Option

The Topical


Could Corona virus keep voters away from the polls this fall lawmakers think so, and as a result Congress is now considering a safer vote by paper airplane option in. November, OPIE political correspondent Dirk mullins joins us now with more dirk. What can you tell us, Leslie? The proposed measure would allow all voters, not just those voting absentee to cast their ballots by folding them up into paper airplanes and tossing them in the direction of their board of elections. It's part of a two trillion-dollar Corona Virus Relief Bill that includes provisions for Quality Printer paper. All voting eligible Americans can use to create a plane. That's sturdy, but But lightweight, simple but ingenious.

Coming up next