Free and Fair Elections

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Over 6 million American citizens are unable to vote for one reason: they have been convicted of a felony. Regardless of time served or the nature of the crime, they are disenfranchised. A disproportionate number of them are people of color. Due to historical and ongoing inequities of justice, felony disenfranchisement hits communities of color (especially black communities) the hardest. How can we regain voting access for millions of Americans?

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