After he feeds his dog some lunch, we duck inside the building to get away from the street noise.
Again, that can be a shelter, or a friend or relative's house, but it can't be a P. Any assistance they receive comes from NGOs, not the government, according to Norris. Even if a homeless person is lucky enough to have an ID in their possession, there are many ways for those documents to get lost or stolen, even at the hands of police.
With three young children in tow, Kornegay told a poll worker that she needed to register to vote. The You Don't Need a Home to Vote Campaign seeks to promote voting access for low income and homeless persons to ensure that people who are economically disadvantaged maintain an active role and voice in shaping their future.
In addition, most states require registrants to provide a mailing address so that voter ID cards and other election materials may be sent to registered voters.
This year we would like to have all fifty states registered. Congregations and faith-based organizations usually make homeless voter registration and transportation a part of their outreach around Election Day.