More than 2,100 Florida voters -- many of them black Democrats -- could be wrongly barred from voting in November because elections officials included them on a list of felons potentially ineligible to vote, says the Miami Herald. A Florida Division of Elections database lists more than 47,000 people the department said may be ineligible to vote because of felony records. A Herald review shows that at least 2,119 of those names shouldn't be on the list because their rights to vote were formally restored through the state's clemency process. Critics say that is a major . . .
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