Convicted Felon Says Losing The Right To Vote Made Her ‘Feel Worthless’ | NBC News NOW

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Published on 21 Jul 2020, 11:59
For the first time in Florida, there are more than a million potential new voters. Convicted felons will be able to vote, if they have paid their court fines. NBC News’ Kerry Sanders spoke with convicted felon Judy Bolden who said having her right to vote taken away made her “feel worthless.”
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Convicted Felon Says Losing The Right To Vote Made Her ‘Feel Worthless’ | NBC News NOW
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