Felonies Block 1 In 4 Wa. Black Men From Voting

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As a black man with a past felony conviction, Michael Carter of Seattle will defy the odds when he casts his vote for president Tuesday, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. With the aid of a lawyer from the American Civil Liberties Union, Carter, 43, proved to a judge that he had paid off $615.30 in court
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