Prof. Kyndra Rotunda interviewed on military voting rights

Professor Kyndra Rotunda

Kyndra Rotunda, associate professor, Chapman University School of Law, and executive director of the school’s AMVETS Legal Clinic,  was the guest (along with Newt Gingrich) on “Republicans Abroad” radio today, Aug. 3, (a Sky Radio channel).  She talked about the recently released study on military voting rights that was conducted by Chapman’s AMVETS clinic and the Military Voter Protection (MVP) Project in Washington. D.C. The study shows that despite the MOVE Act, voters who serve in the active U.S. military are regularly disenfranchised and deprived of their voting rights.   The show will be archived at

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  • Sounds great you’re involved……….What about educational benefits for Veterans at Chapman University………..priority registration as some schools do, help with reintegration, and grants….more pro vets…….bring that support back to the university…..and to the veterans here at home