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@6BDD2MLGreenfrom California  answered…2yrs

Yes, every citizen deserves the right to vote. Felons should be the first to vote as they have a right not to be subject to cruel and unusual punishment. This is also a way to show felons that society has not given up on them. We should try and rehabilitate felons rather than solely incarcerate and punish them.

@9V5XZTLConstitution from Oregon commented…1yr

Most Felons actually do have the right to vote after they get out of prison/jail.

@5TVCTBHDemocratfrom California  answered…2yrs

Yes, because there is nothing that a felon could vote on that would hurt the well-being of everyone else. Also, I think that the last thing felons think about while committing a crime is their distain from not being able to vote any more.

@B4KT7QSIndependent from Minnesota answered…8hrs

Yes, I think convicted criminals should automatically retain voting rights when done with their sentences.

@B4KSHBZRepublican from Alabama answered…9hrs

After completion of all sentences, probation, and fines, and only for non-violent offenses.

@B4K5HTFConstitution from Missouri answered…2 days

yes but only if the criminal was convicted of a misdemeanor

@B4JR9D2Peace and Freedom from Wisconsin answered…3 days

Yes, except for felons who have been convicted of murder and violent crimes, and after they have completed their sentence and parole/ probation.

@bazellaPeace and Freedom from Arizona answered…4 days

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes, but only after they completed parole

@B4HM9RGVeteran from Virginia answered…1wk

Felons, no! If not a felon then they have the right to vote.

@B4H73V2Republican from New York answered…1wk

@9GD6ZWZWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, mostly if they were wrongly accused or are certifiably rehabilitated.

@9GCWTDZRepublican from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, if they show that they have clearly changed into a contributing member of society

@9GCWSB2Working Family from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, except for felons convicted of high or violent crimes and after they have served their time.

@9GCTD2PSocialist from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@9GC62RWDemocratfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@9GBZFZ5Republican from Arkansas answered…2yrs

@9G7N37HDemocrat from Colorado answered…2yrs

yes, but only if they are proven to be mentally stable and suitable to make reasonable decisions.

@9GB9D6WGreen from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes unless they’re convicted criminals of murder, sex trafficking, drug trafficking, and any other bodily harm.

@9G9WZC9Constitution from Virginia answered…2yrs

If they are in prison during an election then they forfeit their right to vote until their sentence is over.

@9G9TYMQPeace and Freedom from Washington answered…2yrs

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes, and hate crimes.

@9G9N3KZWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for nonviolent offenders AFTER serving their sentenced time, parole, and/or probation.

@9G9K3RVWorking Family from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes unless they are convicted for life, then they can no longer contribute to society so they should have no say

@9G9F9QXDemocrat from New York answered…2yrs

@9G9D4NHWorking Family from New York answered…2yrs

No, but they can earn their right to vote back with special programs that benefit society.

@9G8W2J9Peace and Freedom from Indiana answered…2yrs

I'm conflicted. Obviously, the person who's elected and their choices will affect the criminal if they're incarcerated or not but I think it depends on the crime. Then again, I don't want to discriminate and pick and chose who can vote and who can't. But at some point, a crime is so horrendous that the person who committed it is truly not a person because no "normal" person would do that.

@9G8P9L4Transhumanist from Arizona answered…2yrs

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes and after they complete their sentences and parole/probation.

@9G8HZTLRepublican from Texas answered…2yrs

I think the right to vote should be earned with educational requirements and a specific time period with no additional crimes

@9G838VFTranshumanist from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if they pass a mental stability exam. They have the right to vote and have a voice just like anyone else in the country, even if they don’t represent the best part of our country.

@9G6LY63Working Family from California answered…2yrs

Yes but only if they have finished their terms and are productive members of society

@9G6GWH4Independent from Rhode Island answered…2yrs

Yes, except felons of murder or violent crimes. rape and any sexual harm included.

@9G5DSF4Independent from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, if the crime was a misdemeanor. If convicted of a felony, they shouldn't be able to vote until they have completed their sentences and probation/parole.

@9G4LZ7KTranshumanist from California answered…2yrs

@9G44Q93Constitution from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if they are on good behavior circumstances and they have completed all their sentancing and probation.

@9G3Z8MMLibertarian from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9G3PJXZWorking Family from Washington answered…2yrs

those that have fruad and felons should not be able to vote. as well as those that have harmed a police officer

@9G3L5FWWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes except felons AND only after they’ve completed sentences/probation

@9G2KW4CConstitution from California answered…2yrs

Yes, after they have completed probation or parole and committed no new crimes for 10 years.

@9FZTKTMRepublican from Idaho answered…2yrs

Yes, except for felons convicted of violent or significant financial crimes.

@9FZHP5VWomen’s Equality from California answered…2yrs

@9FYXR5ZDemocrat from Illinois answered…2yrs


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