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Ralph Josephsohn: The White House could become the big house

Posted on AllSides June 17th, 2024
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A convicted felon’s right to vote in both state and federal elections is currently determined by state law. Federal laws do not impose definitive regulatory or statutory criteria. The majority of states restore voting rights upon the completion of a sentence (incarceration, probation, parole). In Colorado, convicted felons on probation, or upon release from prison, irrespective of their parole status, have a right to cast ballots. A recently enacted Colorado law provides that, except for convicted felons, inmates in a county jail or detention center have the right to vote...

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