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Published in : 2016-04-13 | by RT America
Millions of convicted felons around the country have been stripped of their democratic rights and are unable to cast a ballot in the 2016 elections. RT America's Marina Portnaya speaks with...
Published in : 2017-01-14 | by Fox News
Florida is one of three states that strip voting rights from people with felony convictions - and most of these disenfranchised voters are Democrat-leaning minorities. Two reformed convicted...
Published in : 2016-06-10 | by The Atlantic
In April, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe restored voting rights to more than 200000 people with felony convictions. The provision in the state's constitution that bans felons from voting...
Published in : 2008-10-18 | by Al Jazeera English
Voter registration has been an increasingly sensitive issue between Republicans and Democrats as the US presidential election looms. In three US states, those convicted of serious crimes...
Published in : 2014-02-20 | by CNN
Sen. Rand Paul joins the Obama administration's fight to help ex-con's restore their voting rights.
Published in : 2016-02-20 | by Big Think
Gottschalk's book is "Caught: The Prison State and the Lockdown of American Politics" (http://goo.gl/QcSkJh). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/marie-gottschalk-on-voter-disenf...
Published in : 2018-03-28 | by ABC Action News
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Florida to devise a new way to decide when and how former prisoners can get their voting rights restored, saying Gov. Rick Scott and state officials can no...
Published in : 2016-04-24 | by ABC News
ABC News' Pierre Thomas breaks down Gov. Terry McAuliffe's executive action restoring voting rights to more than 200000 felons.
Published in : 2017-06-28 | by AL.com
Spencer Trawick lost the right to vote when he was convicted of a 2015 burglary in Dothan. But the felon regained the ability to register to vote when Gov. Ivey signed the Definition of Moral...
Published in : 2016-04-28 | by TheBlaze
Under a sweeping executive order, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that more than 200k convicted felons will now be allowed to cast votes in November. In the swing state of Virginia...