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Updated: 05/09/2018 04:12:01PM

Amendment 4 on Nov. ballot

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U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) said 1.7M Floridians are convicted felons and that it can take years to get voting rights restored. In November, voters will have a chance to change state law. A yes vote would automatically restore most voting rights for convicted felons who complete their sentencing.

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Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-Louisiana) said Florida is one of four states that do not automatically restore voting rights to convicted felons who have completed their sentencing.

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Winter Haven resident Johnnie Thomas spoke about how her son got convicted of driving offenses decades ago and still has not had his voting rights restored.

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Politicians from Winter Haven, Haines City, Lake Wales, Frostproof and Lake Hamilton attended the town hall event. State Rep. Sam Killebrew (R-Winter Haven) was the only elected Republican who attended.

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HAINES CITY – According to U.S. Rep. Darren Soto (D-Winter Haven), Thursday marked the first time a U.S. Senator ever made a public appearance in Haines City.

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