Maine considers limiting jailed voters as overuse of criminal records disenfranchise thousands
Felon Voting articles on Democracy Chronicles
Felony disenfranchisement, determined separately by each state, is the practice of prohibiting people from voting based on the fact that they have been convicted of a criminal offence. Felon voting rights remain a controversial reform among many. Also see our section on American democracy and our Voter Access articles.
African-American dropouts are more likely to spend a year imprisoned than to get married: African-American men are often targeted by bias justice system
Despite urging from the European Union, Britain may keep law preventing prisoners from voting
Our new writer takes a look at reforming the disasterous criminal justice system
New Election Laws Jeopardize Rights of Voters for American People by Denying Access
Large Percentages of Minority Voters Are Prevented From Participating Though Ban on Felon Voters