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Tell Beacon Hill Not to Allow Incarcerated Felons to Vote
On Wednesday, May 10th, legislators are set to hold a Constitutional Convention where they may take up a proposal to change the state constitution to allow convicted felons to vote WHILE they are still serving their sentences. 

The Bill, H.26, is sponsored by the most progressive members of the legislature, and would overturn the will of the voters who voted to outlaw the practice by an overwhelming margin in the year 2000.

Currently, there are only two states who allow this. Contact your legislators and Governor to let them know you do not support this measure.

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