The Atlanta Hawks’ stadium, which was converted into a polling place over the summer, offers clues to what citizens voting in other stadiums can expect.
After teams participating in the NBA’s playoffs in Orlando refused to play their games in protest recently over the police killing of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the NBA and its players union struck a deal to resume the competition that aims to increase voter turnout this November. During the general election, NBA arenas will turn into safe in-person voting locations.
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