DAVID

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154Love votes
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"I wasn't able to vote for my wife."

My name is David Ayala. I spent 10 years after my incarceration studying, working, and putting my past behind me. When my wife ran for public office, that past prevented me from casting my vote for her. I have finished my sentence, I have finished my probation, I have paid of all my fines, and there is no reason why I shouldn't be eligible to vote. On November 6th, Floridian voters will decide whether to restore voting eligibility to me and 1.4 million people like me. We make up 10% of all possible voters in the state, and we want to be part of this democracy. I hope that you'll click the button and promise to vote on my behalf. Thank you.

THANK YOU! LOVE yoU!

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JERRIEL

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I'm a US citizen like everyone in Puerto Rico, but we can't vote in most mainland elections. So, decisions that impact our lives are made by people who don't understand us. That’s not rig...

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BRYAN

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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 ...

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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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57% Complete
112Love Votes
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