5 Steps to Voting Safely In-Person This Year

Available for Interviews: Dr. Reagan B. Anderson

Dr. Anderson is the author of Universal Death Care: A Solution for Healthcare in the Age of Entitlement. Dr. Anderson was a combat doctor in Iraq, and has since run a successful medical clinic in the U.S. He wrote this book because he is tired of profit-driven policies that don’t support American’s health. For this reason, Anderson has dedicated his life to changing healthcare in America.


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Voting Safely This Year

There are many concerns about voting this year because of the pandemic. However, there are measures and best practices we can take to stay safer. If you are voting in-person follow these 5 simple tips as well as monitor the health guidelines set forth by the CDC: 

  1. Check vote.org to see if you can vote early and avoid some of the crowds. This will mitigate some risk.
  2. Understand the logistics of where you will be voting so you understand what you need to do to prepare (outside, inside, how you will be staged, etc.) Be prepared to wait for a long time. Bring proper clothing, sunscreen, food and water depending on your individual voting site. 
  3. Wear a face mask, and when you are about to enter into the facility to vote, put on disposable gloves. After you are done voting, take off the gloves and use hand sanitizer. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water when you get home.
  4. Try not to engage in conversation with anyone, as we tend to get closer to people when we are talking than when we are just occupying the same space.
  5. Do not take any materials from the voting center—No stickers, no pamphlets, no food or drink that is served, nothing. Just vote and leave.


Interview: Dr. Reagan B. Anderson

Dr. Reagan Anderson is an Osteopathic Doctor (DO) who specializes in general Dermatology and in Mohs Micrographic Surgery for the treatment of skin cancer. Dr. Anderson moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where he attained his Bachelor of Science and Biology from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Christian Studies degree from Regent College. Dr. Anderson was then invited to attend the founding Osteopathic Medical School, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Upon matriculation, Dr. Anderson was commissioned in the United States Navy where he spent the majority of his time serving the United States Marine Corps as the First Reconnaissance Battalion Surgeon. Dr. Anderson states, “Over the five years I spent in the U.S. Navy, it was my distinct honor to serve the medical needs of the military men and women of our great country. This experience, particularly my tours in Iraq where I treated U.S. and coalition military members as well as Iraqi civilians, gave me extensive experience in recognizing and treating the underlying causes of dermatologic conditions.”

Jo Allison
Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

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