Mae Nagusky is a sophomore at the University of Vermont majoring in Film Studies with a minor in Reporting and Documentary Storytelling. She is from Cleveland, Ohio and has always felt driven toward connecting with others through story. Mae is passionate about podcasts, the mountains, and singing songs around the campfire with friends.
Vermont is one of two states, plus the District of Columbia, that allows incarcerated people to vote. But data from a recent study show just a fraction of those who are incarcerated use that right. Advocates and experts say while the state allows access to voters inside prisons, more could be done to make voting more accessible.