Felons are allowed to vote in most states of the US. Between 1996 and 2008
twenty-eight states changed their laws on felon voting ...
Apr 8, 2016 ... Two states allow felons to vote from prison while other states may permanently
ban felons from voting even after being released from prison, ...
Protect voters. Click any highlighted state to learn more. HI AK FL NH ... People
with felony convictions can vote upon completion of sentence. People in prison ...
In all but two states, voting age citizens convicted of a felony are barred from
voting for .... Kentucky's constitution permanently bars all individuals with past
Research · Voting Rights; Felon Disenfranchisement ... Felon
Disenfranchisement Policy by State. +-. Leaflet ... Inmates, Parolees,
Felony Disenfranchisement Laws in The United States · State-Level Estimates ...
in the United States · Voting Behind Bars: An Argument for Voting by Prisoners ...
Apr 22, 2016 ... The change applies to all felons who have completed their sentences ... Across
the country, state laws vary on the right to vote for ex-offenders.
Thirty-two states also disenfranchise felons on parole; twenty-nine ..... will vote on
a proposed constitutional amendment to bar felons from voting, but prisoners ...
Nov 1, 2006 ... In places like Mississippi, one of 12 states that permanently bar at least some
felons from voting, the reason typically involves the notion that ...
Feb 11, 2015 ...  The claim that state laws that take away the right of felons to vote ... by almost
every state, and at present 48 of the 50 states bar felons—in ...