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Governor who restored voting rights to felons on why more voters is better for America

In April, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe restored the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons who have served their time and finished parole or probation. And he wants the next president to work on voting issues, too. We caught up with Gov. McAuliffe at the Milken Institute’s Global Conference last week in Beverly Hills, California. Watch the governor’s full message to the next president and then record your own and add your voice to the conversation.

Fusion is asking young people around the country to talk about their most pressing issues this election season using the phrase “Dear next president … ” You can learn more about the project, hear more voices from the campaign, and learn how to contribute your own video to #DearNextPresident.

Governor who restored voting rights to felons on why more voters is better for America

In April, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe restored the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons who have served their time and finished parole or probation. And he wants the next president to work on voting issues, too. We caught up with Gov. McAuliffe at the Milken Institute’s Global Conference last week in Beverly Hills, California. Watch the governor’s full message to the next president and then record your own and add your voice to the conversation.

Fusion is asking young people around the country to talk about their most pressing issues this election season using the phrase “Dear next president … ” You can learn more about the project, hear more voices from the campaign, and learn how to contribute your own video to #DearNextPresident.

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