By Jeremy Lazaruz
(TriceEdneyWire.com) – David Mosby no longer feels like a second-class citizen. After years of being barred from the ballot box because of his criminal record, the 46-year-old home improvement contractor is finally able to vote and fully take part in the life of his community.
“I never thought I’d have this opportunity,” said the teary-eyed Varina resident, one of more than 200,000 Virginians whose lives have been changed with a stroke of Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s pen.
Gov. McAuliffe has gone further than any state chief executive to eliminate the last big barrier to voting in Virginia — a felony conviction.