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Felony disenfranchisement is the exclusion from voting of people otherwise eligible to vote ... Felons are allowed to vote in most U.S. states. Between 1996 and ...


This report summarizes the various laws governing felon voting rights in the states.


Nov 9, 2017 ... Map of State Felon Voting Laws ... Should felons who have completed their sentence (incarceration, probation, and parole) be allowed to vote?


Apr 23, 2018 ... Previously, convicted felons in Maryland had to complete all parole and probation before they were able to vote. Senate Bill 340 (accessed Feb ...


Apr 21, 2018 ... Experts say that disparities in sentencing can make felony voting laws ... circumventing legislation that allowed convicted felons to vote only ...


Feb 22, 2018 ... Every American should be able to cast a ballot. ... the right to vote because of a felony conviction, removing them from a key arena of public life.


Apr 25, 2018 ... When felons leave prison, should they regain the right to vote? That's a question that many states have grappled with in recent decades.


A patchwork of state felony disfranchisement laws, varying in severity from state to state, ... People with felony convictions can vote upon completion of sentence.


Jan 28, 2018 ... Image: Former felon speaks to Virginia legislators about ... "When you're able to vote, that means you have a voice in the world," Turner told ...