Rev. Otis Moss joins hunger strike for voting rights

Voters in New York soundly rejected two ballot measures that would have allowed for expanded voting access in the state.
Voters in New York soundly rejected two ballot measures that would have allowed for expanded voting access in the state. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Voters in New York soundly rejected two ballot measures that would have allowed for expanded voting access in the state.
Voters in New York soundly rejected two ballot measures that would have allowed for expanded voting access in the state. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Rev. Otis Moss joins hunger strike for voting rights

Over the last year, at least 19 states have passed laws making it harder to vote. Since January 6th, 25 religious leaders from around the country have been on a hunger strike to urge Congress to pass voting rights legislation.

GUEST: Rev. Otis Moss III, pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ