Four Years After Florida Voted To Restore Voting Rights For People Convicted Of A Felony, An Estimated 1 Million Still Can’t Vote In The Midterm Elections

Posted on AllSides November 8th, 2022
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When Floridians voted in 2018 to give voting rights back to people convicted of a felony after they completed their sentence, Caroline T. was thrilled.

The 48-year-old Apopka resident had recently been released from federal prison after serving six months for theft of government funds. As soon as she finished her probation, she could vote again like any other American, she thought.

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