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Arrestee Voting

An arrestee detained at the Ventura County Jail claims jailers are denying him and other inmates their right to vote by refusing their requests for ballots, even though they either have not yet been convicted of any crime or have only been convicted of misdemeanors and are still permitted to vote.

VENTURA, Calif. — An arrestee detained at the Ventura County Jail claims jailers are denying him and other inmates their right to vote by refusing their requests for ballots, even though they either have not yet been convicted of any crime or have only been convicted of misdemeanors and are still permitted to vote.

Categories / Civil Rights, Government, Politics

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