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Personal Voter Story: Bettye and Debra by the Advancement Project- A Stanley Nelson Production

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Published on Oct 26, 2012

Bettye Jones and her daughter Debra Crawford, detail the long struggle to get a Wisconsin photo ID for Bettye, who was born in the segregated south and never issued a birth certificate.
Bettye is the lead plaintiff in an Advancement Project lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's photo ID law. A court blocked the law -- and she is voting on November 6.

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