FELONS REGISTER TO VOTE IN FLORIDA
1-8-19, Thanks to the constitutional Amendment 4 that was approved by v65% of the vote during the midterm elections, convicted felons are now registering to vote in the swing state of Florida. The amendment restored the voting rights of convicted felons, with the exception of those who have committed rape and murder.
Registration started Tuesday, with many convicts lining up to once again participate in the democratic process. There are an estimated 1.5 million convicted felons in Florida, making up roughly 10 percent of the state’s population. All of them will now be able to vote and, if past trends hold, seven out of every ten of them will vote for Democrats.
Given Florida’s tendency to be decided by razor-thin margins, this could have implications for the 2020 presidential race. More here
Many states allow voting privileges restored to ex-convicts after they fulfill their time and parole. More here
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