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One in five Black Floridians do not have the right to vote due to prior convictions, for which they have already served the time.
Rep. John Lewis knows all too well about the sacrifices that were made by our elders just to ensure that they could even register to vote.
Black senior citizens were on their way to vote early for the Georgia elections when they were ordered off the bus that was taking them.
The office of Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running for governor in Georgia, is in charge of elections and voter registration.
Even though Georgia's population is around 32 percent black, the number of voter registrations on hold are 70 percent black.