Tennessee RV Residents Prohibited from Voting One county in Tennessee has dropped hundreds of people who live in mobile homes from voter rolls. Several residents, unable to participate in local or national elections, are now suing the state.
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Tennessee RV Residents Prohibited from Voting

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Tennessee RV Residents Prohibited from Voting

Tennessee RV Residents Prohibited from Voting

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.