Texas Targets Signing Up Ex-Con Voters Janet Heimlich reports from San Antonio on the voter registration efforts in Texas targeting ex-convicts. Texas is one of several states in which ex-cons who have served their sentences and completed probation are eligible to vote without a waiting period. About 800,000 are eligible. The project, called "Unlock Your Vote," hopes to register 10,000 new voters by November.
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Texas Targets Signing Up Ex-Con Voters

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Texas Targets Signing Up Ex-Con Voters

Texas Targets Signing Up Ex-Con Voters

Texas Targets Signing Up Ex-Con Voters

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Janet Heimlich reports from San Antonio on the voter registration efforts in Texas targeting ex-convicts. Texas is one of several states in which ex-cons who have served their sentences and completed probation are eligible to vote without a waiting period. About 800,000 are eligible. The project, called "Unlock Your Vote," hopes to register 10,000 new voters by November.