One year ago, Floridians voted to pass Amendment 4 to restore voting rights to individuals with felony convictions who have completed their sentences - the single largest expansion in voting rights since women's suffrage.
Today, Miami-Dade County made history by setting up the first court sessions to restore voting rights to people who do not have the financial ability to pay their fees or fines.
I am honored to have been on-the-ground in Miami today, working with @flrightsrestore to help register these individuals to vote.
Follow @letsfreeamerica on Instagram for a behind-the-scenes look of today.
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I just got the chills! Please share anything and everything about this subject. This is a big issue. TY🌞🌴
Thank You John! Saw you on the news, you're the BEST!
Wouldnt be surprized if people are told. who to vote for!!
Is this what happens when Democrats run out of voters? LOL
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Awesome! Thank you! ❤️
Wow! What a leader! To stand for the people. Thank you! A true Legend!!
Thank you! It's always baffled me how you could ever take a person's right to vote away and make them hold down a job and pay taxes, in a country who built itself on ideals such as "taxation without representation".
Thank you for this, John. ❤️
This is awesome!!! Voting is power!
This need to be universal