STACY

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"They took my right to vote away."

I live in Bullitt County, Kentucky. I struggled with addiction, got a drug charge, and now am one of 250,000 Kentuckians who can no longer vote. I wish I could vote because I want to elect people who understand that addiction is a disease, not a crime. I want to make sure there are rehab programs available for families that need them, like mine. Too many lives depend on it. If you can vote, I hope you promise to do so - on my behalf and in memory of my son Tony. 

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With every election, I always wished I could vote. But not being a United States citizen, all I could do is watch from the sidelines and see others make decisions about my life.

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