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Jerry H. Goldfeder and Myrna Pérez

Alabama’s election of Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate made some waves. From our perspective, the former U.S. Attorney immediately became a symbol for those working toward eliminating some of the worst voting restrictions in the country. Unlike Roy Moore, who criticized lawful efforts to register eligible persons with past criminal convictions, Jones has advocated for easing restrictions on the voting rights of those who have served their time.

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