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@6BDD2MLGreenfrom California  answered…1yr

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…6mos

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

@5TVCTBHDemocratfrom California  answered…1yr

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.

@9YMP8QJGreen from Minnesota answered…6 days

@9YM8MMDDemocrat from California answered…1wk

@9YLXHHCGreen from Texas answered…1wk

I do not have the right to decide what criminals can do in jail since I am not one and do not know one

@9YLRNNYAmerican from Washington answered…1wk

@9YLQ4DZRepublican from Iowa answered…1wk

No, they will vote for someone to give them pity points and let them go.

@9YLLV8SDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

yes, but i think we should take into consideration their mental state

@9YL24QWRepublican from Utah answered…1wk

@9YKR42VPeace and Freedom from Kentucky answered…1wk

@9YKN83DRepublican from Texas answered…1wk

@9Y8FH2BConstitution from Virginia answered…3wks

Depends on the crime and level of sanity. Extensive sanity test should be given.

@9Y86CCPPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…3wks

most people are criminals so that will make the votes go why down

@9Y79PZGConstitution from Utah answered…3wks

@9Y778QRDemocrat from Arizona answered…3wks

@9Y75WNBIndependent from Michigan answered…3wks

Yes, but only after they have shown change and are on and going to be on a better path.

@9Y6GMBXDemocrat from Minnesota answered…4wks

@9WPBHVMDemocrat from Delaware answered…2mos

Yes, but only if the crime was not extreme, violent or murder.

@niaberry21Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes , however it depends on what a person has done. But I believe everyone has the right to vote after 5 years of being back in the real world.

@9WNDGXGWomen’s Equality from California answered…3mos

I feel like it's a basic human right to be able to share your thoughts and standing on certain topics or issues. Such as voting in all manners.

@9WN3TWYLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9WMB6YFLibertarian from Virginia answered…3mos

@9WJ3LMDRepublican from New York answered…3mos

Yes except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes and individuals not mentally stable

@9WHNDR9Constitution from Oregon answered…3mos

Only if they complete their parole/probation/time sentence and are mentally fit to vote.

@9WHNB5TConstitution from Oregon answered…3mos

Yes, but only after their parole, probation, and sentence have been finished and have not committed a major crime in the last 5 years. So someone who finished all their parole and sentence and probation, and are 4 years after that, they cant vote for another year.

@9WHCGN2Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

depends what they did, not all "criminals" are criminals, some are good people

@9WGCQ6HIndependent from Alaska answered…3mos

after they have finished their time or have completed the punishment assigned by the court

@9WG43ZJWorking Family from California answered…3mos

Voting honestly doesn't do much to change the out come of most things especially because of the electoral college so Sure.

@9WG32P4Constitution from Texas answered…3mos

@9WFR396Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

If they are reformed and haven't been charged for a crime for 5 years or more.

@9WDVDWNTranshumanist from Ohio answered…3mos

only if they were not convicted of a crime like identity fraud, or tax fraud.

@9WDT36JPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…3mos

i dont think it really matters. a convict doesnt care about voting

@9WDHYFFIndependent from California answered…3mos

I think it should depend on what they did and their charges

@9WDGCJCWorking Family from Iowa answered…3mos

except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes, rape of children and women.

@9W55G4KConstitution from Iowa answered…3mos

Yes, after they complete their sentence and maybe go to court another time before they are allowed to vote.

@9W53Q8TWorking Family from Nevada answered…3mos

Yes, but only after they have PROVEN reform in their actions and mind

@9W4VXL9Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Yes, Only after completing their sentence and parole/probation, that do not have felons of murder or other violent crimes.

@9W4DZWFIndependence from South Carolina answered…3mos

Yes but only if their crime was not of a political or terroristic nature

@9W487T4Constitution from Virginia answered…3mos

i feel like if that person has changed from his old self i belive everone deserves a second chance only in that condinton

@9W42T57Transhumanist from South Carolina answered…3mos

If a convict can be reformed and reintegrated into society then they should be allowed to vote if not, then they should not be allowed to vote. Criminals convicted of violent crimes should not be allowed to vote.

@9W2Y8BTTranshumanist from California answered…3mos

they should have to apply after they get out of prison. they shouldn't have the right to vote while in prison

@9W2XH8KPeace and Freedom from California answered…3mos

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