‘Bidenbucks’ Targets Felons In Federalized Get-Out-The-Vote Effort

Article originally appeared on thefederalist.com.

E.B. Jordan spent two years in the Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility on felony drug conviction charges. When she was released, long before her maximum 20-year sentence, Jordan went to work getting felons like her registered to vote.

“I went door-to-door to stress the fact that we’re felons, that we can vote. And a lot of people didn’t even know that,” the activist for the left-wing Voting Access for All Coalition says in a video aimed at getting ex-cons to the polls. “I went through my neighborhood … to inform my neighborhood that I knew there was a lot of felons in my neighborhood and they could vote.”

“I also had a car, and the people that didn’t have a ride I would drive them up to our local voting polls to have them vote and register,” Jordan added.

The video is “brought to you” by a coalition of groups that include the clerk’s office and …

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