Tennessee RV Residents Prohibited from Voting

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Bradley County, Tennessee has dropped hundreds of people who live in recreational vehicles from voter rolls over the past few years. Recent amendments say that one needs a permanent residential address in the state in order to vote there. Several residents, unable to participate in local or national elections, are now suing the state.



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