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Last month, Gov. Terry McAuliffe penned an executive order restoring the voting rights of people who were convicted of felonies in Virginia and have completed their sentences. Now the task of verifying and registering those felons is being undertaken at registrars around the state. We speak to the Secretary of the Commonwealth about verifying the eligibility of individuals in question, and what a legal challenge to the order might mean.
- Kelly Thomasson Virginia's Secretary of the Commonwealth
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