From left: Lorenzo Latson Sr., Clarence Office Jr. and Jerry Armstrong register to vote on Tuesday at the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections Office during the first official day former felons could register in Florida following the passage of Amendment 4.
From left: Lorenzo Latson Sr., Clarence Office Jr. and Jerry Armstrong register to vote on Tuesday at the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections Office during the first official day former felons could register in Florida following the passage of Amendment 4. Danny Rivero WLRN
From left: Lorenzo Latson Sr., Clarence Office Jr. and Jerry Armstrong register to vote on Tuesday at the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections Office during the first official day former felons could register in Florida following the passage of Amendment 4. Danny Rivero WLRN