A Texas county clerk’s bold crusade to transform how we vote

It was not the first time Dana DeBeauvoir had moved a room full of men. At 9 o’clock in the morning on August 8, 2011, she adjusted a pair of half-frame reading glasses on the end of her nose, got up behind a tabletop podium in a downtown San Francisco hotel, and set out to enlist some of her most bitter adversaries in a dare. “I really appreciate the opportunity to visit with you today,” she began in a warm tone of Southern geniality, flashing a wide, radiant smile. Benjamin Wofford, Wired.

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