Having just seen “Selma” about the drive for the right to vote in Alabama, I find this article appalling. You can check to see if your name is on the […]
By ERIKA L. WOOD
Next November more than 5 million Americans will not be allowed to vote because of a criminal conviction in their past. Nearly 4 million of these people are not in prison, yet they remain disenfranchised for years, often for decades and sometimes for life.