TOLU

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"It was like a case of mistaken identity."

I arrived in the US when I was 3 and found out I was undocumented as a young adult. I now have DACA, giving me work authorization, but my whole world has been rocked since that status came under attack, leaving me with tremendous uncertainty. I work in the luxury jewelry sector, and do career coaching for disenfranchised women. If I could vote, I would. It's critically important to me that you vote to ensure a clean DREAM Act and other policies impacting your neighbors, colleagues, and friends.

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AICHA

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Gun violence has impacted my life and my loved ones. I shouldn't have to fear for my life in school, nor should I fear walking around my neighborhood. I'm too young to vote, so it's very ...

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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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ALEX

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I'm from Haiti, but I was in Miami when a massive earthquake devastated my home country. Like 46,000 other Haitians in the US, I was granted Temporary Protected status to live and work he...

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