BRYAN

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"If you've never made a mistake in your life and you're perfect, don't listen to this."

My name is Bryan. The importance of voting really hit home when my youngest daughter got sick. Dealing with the health care system showed me how important it is to have a say in policies that affect your family. I can't vote because of my past, and that impacts my ability to care for my family and go after some of the goals and aspirations that I have for my future. On November 6th I can regain the eligibility to vote along with 1.4 million Floridians like me, if Amendment 4 passes. I hope you'll promise to vote on my behalf, for me and my family.

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JHODY

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My name is Jhody. I grew up in a part of Gainesville, Florida where there weren't a lot of dreams, but we made the best of what we had. I would tell you the rest of my story here, but I'd...

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LUIS

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My name is Luis Hernandez. I am a junior in high school and I'm from the South Bronx. When I was 14, my 16-year-old brother was sent to Rikers Island for a year for a crime he did not com...

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CORAL

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I’m one of 1.4 million Floridians who can’t vote because of a past conviction. Support from society in allowing us to vote again is so important. It’s saying that we belong, we’re ok, we’...

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