"One of every 11 Kentucky citizens of voting age, or 312,000 people, cannot vote according to Felony Disenfranchisement in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, an updated 2017 report of the Kentucky League of Women Voters." In order to clear its reputation as the state with the highest rate of disenfranchisement of African American voters, Kenutcky needs to go further with its bill to ease the transition of former felons into communities by restoring their voting rights: https://goo.gl/2VQPdd
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Civil suit in NC seeks to make it easier for black rural residents to elect their preferred candidates: https://t.co/LTHqqOmFyS