Voter Rights While the world has waited for a final outcome in Florida's presidential vote, civil rights activists in the state have been gathering testimony on alleged efforts to discourage minorities from voting. Next week, the NAACP is expected to file suit in Florida circuit court seeking redress for several incidents in which black or Hispanic voters believe their voting rights were violated. While the suit is not likely to affect the result of the Florida vote, it could have an impact on minority turnout in future elections. NPR's Phillip Martin reports.
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Voter Rights

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Voter Rights

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While the world has waited for a final outcome in Florida's presidential vote, civil rights activists in the state have been gathering testimony on alleged efforts to discourage minorities from voting. Next week, the NAACP is expected to file suit in Florida circuit court seeking redress for several incidents in which black or Hispanic voters believe their voting rights were violated. While the suit is not likely to affect the result of the Florida vote, it could have an impact on minority turnout in future elections. NPR's Phillip Martin reports.