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24/7 Bail Bonding, LLC is hosting a Voters Registration Drive for People with a Criminal History
Local attorneys will be on hand to advise potential registrants about their voting rights as the drive is geared towards those persons who may think they are ineligible to vote because of a criminal record, prior criminal conviction or arrest.
By: Yolanda Smalls
“There is a lot of misinformation out there that’s given to individuals regarding their right to vote,” said Yolanda Smalls, president of 24/7 Bail Bonding Company. “We wanted to do our part to help straighten out the confusion about the voting rights of those people who have been in trouble at some point in their lives. Assisting us at the event are lawyers who will be able to answer questions a person may have about their situation. With all that is going on in our country, we felt that it was important that everyone who is eligible to exercise their right to vote, go out and vote.”
South Carolina State Representative Chris Hart and Willie Bradley, Esq. are some of the attorneys who will be available on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. to answer questions individuals may have. There are going to be at least three other firms with attorneys at the registration drive able to help.
For more information about the Voter Registration Drive, please call 24/7 Bail Bonding at (803) 695-5333. To double check your voter’s registration status, go to http://www.scvotes.org/
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The 24/7 Bail Bonding Company, LLC is a surety company that assists individuals who have been arrested a chance to get out of jail. We do all types of bonds. We focus our efforts on providing a high level of service to people who desire to be released.