1. Former Convict in Detroit Becomes First-Time Voter at Age 60

    Former Convict in Detroit Becomes First-Time Voter at Age 60

    For the first time ever, 60-year-old Kerwin Brown-El cast a ballot.

    "It felt really good, really good," he said

    Brown-El couldn't vote because he has been incarcerated. He was released from prison and discharged from parole in 2018. His fiancée, Veronica Harrison, 34, of Detroit helped him fill out his first ballot.

    Brown-El cast his vote in the Michegan Democratic primary for former Vice President Joe Biden at his polling place at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Detroit.

    "I feel that he’s going to reinstate a lot of the programs that Donald Trump eliminated," Brown-El said. "We need unification for the country. We’re too angry. We’re too disrespectful."

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