Group Aims To Register 20,000 Ex-Offenders for Philly Vote

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Bill Cobb last year founded a nonprofit called Redeemed that helps support ex-offenders, and this summer started a campaign, #freetovote, that aims to register 20,000 ex-offenders in Philadelphia, reports Philly.com. Pennsylvania has among the nation's most progressive voting laws: Virtually anyone who isn't currently incarcerated for a felony conviction can cast a ballot. Getting out that vote - even in . . .

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