This story is from wral by Abby Phillip, CNN:
For weeks leading up to Election Day in 2018, Terence Gragston’s cell phone rang constantly. Cincinnati residents, many of them strangers, called requesting a ride to the polls for early voting.
“It’s one of the most basic forms of exercising your power as an individual,” Gragston told CNN. “My grandmother taught me that.”
Gragston’s grandmother June Gragston, like many older black women, dutifully voted in person — early, on the first day she could. Her sister, Gragston’s great aunt Vera Mundy, preferred to walk herself there.
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