Letter: Not all voters have internet access

(Rick Bowmer | AP file photo) The Utah State Capitol stands in Salt Lake City on Jan. 17, 2020.

As an 88-year-old veteran, I have very limited access to the internet due to the closure of senior centers and very limited access to libraries. I called Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox’s office, who is head of elections in Utah, for an election guide pamphlet and was informed that they are only accessible through the internet, due to the limited state budget. My question to the Utah Legislative body, governor and lieutenant governor is: Are you limiting voter access to the seven constitutional issues and various candidates’ statements to those with internet access only, and is this not a form of voter suppression?

John A. Young, Salt Lake City
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