Felons & Voting Rights
In the U.S. some felons are excluded from voting. A felon's right to vote depends on a number of factors including residency status and the type of felony committed.... More »
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Felony disenfranchisement is the exclusion from voting of people otherwise eligible to vote ... Felons who have completed their sentences are allowed to vote in most U.S. states. Between 1996 and 2008 twenty-eight states changed their laws ...


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


Apr 21, 2018 ... Experts say that disparities in sentencing can make felony voting .... legislation that allowed convicted felons to vote only once they were on ...


Nov 7, 2018 ... Previously, convicted felons in Maryland had to complete all parole and probation before they were able to vote. Senate Bill 340 (accessed Feb ...


Voting rights retained while in prison for a felony conviction in: .... convicted of an election offense, whether a felony or misdemeanor, are not allowed to vote ...



Jan 8, 2019 ... Floridians with felony convictions are able to begin registering to vote in January 2019. While millions of Americans across the country set ...


Nov 9, 2018 ... THE MID-TERM elections in Florida featured some momentous races, including razor's-edge counts in the Senate and governor's contests.


Aug 6, 2018 ... Research suggests that, had these Americans been able to cast their vote for president in the 2000 election, Florida would have been a blue ...