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A recent report finds election officials across the country are struggling to make sure they get election materials in time. A big part of that issue is a nationwide paper shortage.

  • Matt Weil, director of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Elections Project, explained that supply chain issues are affecting paper, which is still a vital part of elections.
  • He said there is special paper used for things like voter registration forms and said not all states have moved to online processes.
  • Recent election cycles have involved late legislative or legal changes, which require reprinting. Weil said that may not be possible this year, which is “a big concern.”

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