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Voter Suppression–2016 Election



Disenfranchised Voters Infographic

Almost six million Americans are disenfranchised from voting even if the former inmates are again productive members of society who pay taxes. Several states do not restore the right to vote upon completion of the sentence. Thirteen states allow probationers and parolees the right to vote and nineteen states allow former inmates the right to vote upon completion of their sentence.

Disenfranchised Voters: Do Felons Have the Right to Vote?

SOURCES:, American Civil Liberties Union

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