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Not All Florida Felons Are Happy About Ballot Measure To Restore Voting Rights

ST PETERSBURG, FLORIDA-OCTOBER 29, 2004:  A woman drops her ballot into the box after early voting in St Petersburg, Fl.  Most people said they waited about 1.5 hours in line to vote today. (Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images)
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - OCTOBER 29: A woman drops her vote into the ballot box during the early voting period October 29, 2004 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Most people who voted today said they waited about one and a h... ST. PETERSBURG, FL - OCTOBER 29: A woman drops her vote into the ballot box during the early voting period October 29, 2004 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Most people who voted today said they waited about one and a half hours in line to vote. (Photo by Tim Boyles/Getty Images) MORE LESS
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For hundreds of thousands of Floridians with felony convictions, a proposal on the November ballot to automatically restore their voting rights is a cause to rally behind—a beacon of hope. I wrote an in-depth report on this proposal for TPM's...
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