The presidential election is less than three weeks away, and efforts are underway to increase participation regardless of party lines.

Some of those efforts are focused on helping those who are incarcerated cast ballots. In normal times, voting from behind the wall is already challenging. But like so many things, the pandemic has only complicated it.

We heard from Kristina Mensik, the assistant director of the non-partisan group Common Cause Massachusetts, and State Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa about how the coronavirus is further challenging those who are incarcerated from casting their votes.