Understanding Felons Voting Rights

                                        Do felons have the right to vote?

That's a question many people ask and has recently become a hot button issue in state's like Florida. 

Nationwide, about 6 million Americans can’t vote as a result of a felony conviction. About half have fully completed their sentences, another quarter are in the community under probation or parole supervision, and a quarter are still incarcerated.

Since there aren't any federal laws that establishes felon voting rights, states maintain the power to set their own rules. 

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