The District of Columbia allows incarcerated people to vote, a rarity in the U.S.

By: - June 20, 2022 7:00 pm
Department of Corrections Central Detention Facility in Washington, D.C. (Photo from Google Maps)

Department of Corrections Central Detention Facility in Washington, D.C. (Photo from Google Maps)

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Kira Lerner
Kira Lerner

Kira is the democracy reporter for States Newsroom where she covers voting, elections, redistricting, and efforts to subvert democracy.

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