Decades-old rules that prevent certain people with mental health conditions in Guernsey from voting could be scrapped.
At the moment, islanders considered under the care of a legal guardian or detained in hospital, aren't allowed to cast their vote at General Elections.
Current rules are based on laws drafted in 1948.
Now a committee of politicians is looking to change things - a move welcomed by disability campaigners in the island.
Our reporter Dani Crawshaw has been to meet one person who - if the law changes - finally hopes to be able to have her democratic say come election day...
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