Dawn Quarles is a high school government teacher in Pensacola, Florida, who made national headlines when she was fined for registering her students to vote. The fine was a result of violating Florida's new voter registration law, which requires voter registration forms to be turned in within 48 hours.
As part of our Moms Matter "Swing State" Road Trip, we heard Dawn's and her students' story firsthand and took an in depth look at Florida House Bill 1355 -- a law that very well could influence the outcome of the Presidential election this fall.
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What are your thoughts on voter registration laws like the one in Florida? Are they going to be effective against voter fraud or are they a political tool to target voter groups?