One of the rights that felons lose once they are convicted and sentenced to prison is their ability to vote. However, once felons have served their time and have been released, a big question is how they can get their voting rights reinstated.
Being able to vote is a civil right for all of those that live in the United States and an integral part in determining who the nations leaders are. Because of this, having the ability to vote is a very important right to have and many felons are understandably upset when it’s taken away from them.
Every state has different rules and regulations around getting voting rights reinstated. Simply click on your state below to understand how you can get your voting rights back as a felon.
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