NPR’s Ina Jaffe reports from Georgia on the non-profit, Spread The Vote.    “ Jimmy Lockett spent 30 years in Atlanta ‘running the streets,’ as he put it — panhandling, doing drugs and working odd jobs off the books. It was the only kind of work he could get without an ID. He hadn't had one in decades. Now he does…It’s hidden like a precious jewel deep in his pocket. ”

NPR’s Ina Jaffe reports from Georgia on the non-profit, Spread The Vote.

Jimmy Lockett spent 30 years in Atlanta ‘running the streets,’ as he put it — panhandling, doing drugs and working odd jobs off the books. It was the only kind of work he could get without an ID. He hadn't had one in decades. Now he does…It’s hidden like a precious jewel deep in his pocket.

 Toni Carr, after meeting with Spread The Vote at Grace United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Ga., to receive help in obtaining a government issued photo ID.

Toni Carr, after meeting with Spread The Vote at Grace United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Ga., to receive help in obtaining a government issued photo ID.

 53-year-old Pamela Moon at the Sweetwater Mission in Austell, Ga.

53-year-old Pamela Moon at the Sweetwater Mission in Austell, Ga.

 Fallon McClure, head of Spread The Vote Georgia.

Fallon McClure, head of Spread The Vote Georgia.

 Spread The Vote volunteer Billie Remsa.

Spread The Vote volunteer Billie Remsa.

 Lockett at a local IHOP where he works in Atlanta, Ga.

Lockett at a local IHOP where he works in Atlanta, Ga.

  NPR’s Ina Jaffe reports from Georgia on the non-profit, Spread The Vote.    “ Jimmy Lockett spent 30 years in Atlanta ‘running the streets,’ as he put it — panhandling, doing drugs and working odd jobs off the books. It was the only kind of work he could get without an ID. He hadn't had one in decades. Now he does…It’s hidden like a precious jewel deep in his pocket. ”
 Toni Carr, after meeting with Spread The Vote at Grace United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Ga., to receive help in obtaining a government issued photo ID.
 53-year-old Pamela Moon at the Sweetwater Mission in Austell, Ga.
 Fallon McClure, head of Spread The Vote Georgia.
 Spread The Vote volunteer Billie Remsa.
 Lockett at a local IHOP where he works in Atlanta, Ga.

NPR’s Ina Jaffe reports from Georgia on the non-profit, Spread The Vote.

Jimmy Lockett spent 30 years in Atlanta ‘running the streets,’ as he put it — panhandling, doing drugs and working odd jobs off the books. It was the only kind of work he could get without an ID. He hadn't had one in decades. Now he does…It’s hidden like a precious jewel deep in his pocket.

Toni Carr, after meeting with Spread The Vote at Grace United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Ga., to receive help in obtaining a government issued photo ID.

53-year-old Pamela Moon at the Sweetwater Mission in Austell, Ga.

Fallon McClure, head of Spread The Vote Georgia.

Spread The Vote volunteer Billie Remsa.

Lockett at a local IHOP where he works in Atlanta, Ga.

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