To Vote or Not to Vote (That is the Question)
Over 5.8 million Americans are not allowed to vote because they have been convicted of a felony, regardless of the nature or seriousness of the offense. More than one-third of these people are African Americans, and while the laws vary from state to state, in some states, including Florida, Kentucky, and Virginia, more than one in five African-Americans has lost the right to vote.
constraints; for this particular blog, I am suggesting, offering and inviting the sacrifice of prayer for both the political process that manufactures such legislation creating this disinfranchized population of 5.8 million Americans, and then these Americans who have a "PAST" that has terminated their (FUTURE) right to vote,... after they have paid their debt to society. Let us be in prayer for both these constituents. God Bless.