Cawley Lewis became homeless over a month ago after her car was stolen and she could no longer maintain her home cleaning business. The 52-year-old North Weymouth native was among 71 people who registered to vote during a forum held by Pine Street Inn organizers at the Harrison Avenue shelter. Workers have been doing the registration drive for the past three presidential election cycles to remind the residents that, despite being homeless, they still can vote by using shelter addresses.
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