On The Sidelines Of DemocracyIn recent midterm elections, a majority of American voters did not show up to the polls. NPR talked to nonvoters in various states to explore why some can't cast a ballot and why many don't want to.
Merritt Hubert was kicked off the voting rolls in 2015, accused of not living at the address on file (the yellow home on the left behind him). "Basically, I think it's a racism thing," said Hubert. "They want whites to run the town."
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