CNN Series Will Explore Voting Issues

05/08/12 at 1:04 pm

As the 2012 presidential campaign kicks into high gear, CNN will launch two documentaries that focus on the issues surrounding veteran and minority voters. 

“Voters in America: Vets Wanted?” debuts this Sunday, May 13.  Former U.S. Army infantryman and motivational speaker J.R. Martinez hosts the documentary, which explores the challenges faced by those who have returned from service in Iraq and Afghanistan and how those challenges impact their decisions as they head to the polls.

In July, “Voters in America: Who Counts?” will premiere.  Actor Jesse Williams hosts an in-depth look at how election law changes enacted in 14 states since 2008 may impact poll access for the elderly, students, and minorities and ultimately influence the election.

CNN is available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

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