TRENIKA

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"Not being able to vote makes me feel like my voice doesn't matter."

With Amendment 4 on Florida's ballot this year, I really wish that I had the chance to vote yes to re-enfranchise those who had their rights taken away. My name is Trenika Green and I am a convicted felon. I'm passionate about voting because those who have been disenfranchised deserve a chance to use their voices for change. I hope you'll promise to vote on my behalf!

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ABBY

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Hi my name is Abby and I’m a junior! The Pulse nightclub shooting happened right around the time that I was beginning to be comfortable with my sexuality and identity. This tragedy discou...

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JULIO

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My name is Julio Calderon. I was born and raised in Honduras, and I've been in the US for the last 13 years. Since I got here, I've had many opportunities to have my voice heard. In colle...

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ISAAC

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My name is Isaac and I'm 17. I'm too young to vote but I have a voice - and that voice has the power to move people. I hope that it moves you to promise to vote on my behalf. Thank you. ...

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