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Virginia Just Took Step to Uproot 'Tragic History of Voter Suppression'


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Virginia Just Took Step to Uproot 'Tragic History of Voter Suppression'

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday restored the voting rights of roughly 13,000 felons—a development aimed at stopping his state from being "an outlier in the struggle for civil and human rights."


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Is McAuliffe attending the next Diebold retreat where the topic will be ENHANCED VOTE COUNTING ?


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Great work McAuliffe.

Voting is an integral right that, in a society with high levels of incarceration for relatively minor issues, should not be contingent on criminal record.


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The grain of salt is the part where it's the Clinton machine mobilizing the support of criminals in a swing state right before a major election. It will be telling whether this actually continues in the direction of alleviating voter suppression on a broader scale (hint: probably not).