PNP electoral commissioners claim minority parties do not have enough officials on hand at a time when advance voting is greater than ever.
"I didn't appreciate the vote until I lost my rights as a felon. If they want to stop a bunch of Blacks and Latinos from voting, it must be important."
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"This isn’t something the state couldn’t have predicted...We’ve been trying to tell them for months this was going to happen."
In spite of long delays, these two Latinos and a Black mother and son showed up to cast their ballots. This is what their experience at the polls was like.
The judge overturned part of a law passed by Republican lawmakers and signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis last year forbidding ex-felons to vote.
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