Leading into the 2020 elections, Learning Ally recorded a custom project for the state of Montana to assist Blind and Visually Impaired voters in the state --the Montana Voters Information Pamphlet. This was the first year that the State of Montana approached Learning Ally to assist with this resource. The studio that assisted in the past was not available due to COVID. When their contact reached out to us, they were very excited to hear Learning Ally was 100% virtual recording and would be happy to help with their project. This project followed our conventions that are specific for Blind and Visually impaired readers. Our narrator was Frank Kouri, proof listener was Paul Kurtz, and final editor was Kathi Jensen. Frank and Paul are the dynamic duo, and have been working as a close team on multiple book projects together for this past year. When they were approached about working on this special project, they jumped at the chance. Kathi is one of our stellar proof listeners, and also a member of our final editing core of volunteers. Frank lives in Anaheim Hills, California and has been volunteering with Learning Ally for over six years. He transitioned to the Virtual Studio from the Hollywood studio, and has over 600 hours of volunteer service. Paul lives in Athens, Georgia and has been volunteering with Learning Ally for over seven years. He transitioned to the Virtual Studio from the Athens Studio, and has over 975 hours of volunteer service. Kathi lives in San Marcos, Texas and has been volunteering with Learning Ally for over twelve and a half years. She transitioned to the Virtual Studio from the Austin Studio, and has over 2,600 hours of volunteer service. Here is a link to recording on the Montana voters site https://sosmt.gov/elections/ballot_issues/2020-2/ . Lisa, our contact in Montana shared, “Your team did an outstanding job, thank you so much! Everyone who has listened in our office has commented on how professional and what a great job you all did…. We appreciated working with you, it was seamless from start to finish. If you are interested, we may have you produce our audio version in 2022, so please let me know if that is a possibility.” Thank you to this amazing volunteer team for bringing valuable and important voter information to Montana residents!