Six states head to the polls today to vote in the so-called "Big Tuesday" primaries.
But thousands of citizens convicted of felonies living in those states won't be casting a ballot, because their right to vote has been stripped away.
Today, we're kicking off a new series called "Blocked From The Ballot," which spotlights a different part of the U.S. population that won't have a say in this year's election.
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