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|A former congressman said he and his wife were denied the right to vote last night in their Tennessee hometown after poll workers said he had been removed from the voting rolls. Lincoln Davis, a Democrat who served two terms, leaving office in 2011, told the The Nashville Tennessean:
"We walked in and they told me I was not a registered voter. I had been taken off the list," said Davis, who served two terms representing the fourth congressional district of Tennessee, leaving office in 2011.
"These are people who I grew up with. I told them I live here. I went to school about 20 yards away." [...]
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