Homeless, Not Voteless

Homeless, Not Voteless
Submitted By Anthony Anaya
Chapter Miami

Registering to vote without a fixed address is definitely a roadblock to homeless and low income people. But the law states that, "a homeless person should be able to vote even if they don't live in a traditional dwelling, you can register even if you are living on the street."

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