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Expanding Voting Rights to People with Felony Convictions: State Briefs

September 07, 2021
The Sentencing Project is committed to expanding voting rights in every state and works with state partners to provide specific data on state felony disenfranchisement. 

In 2020, 5.2 million Americans were banned from voting due to a felony conviction. The Sentencing Project is committed to expanding voting rights in every state and works with state partners to provide specific data on state felony disenfranchisement. 

If you are interested in working with The Sentencing Project to expand voting rights in your state, please contact Nicole D. Porter (nporter@sentencingproject.org) or Keeda Haynes (khaynes@sentencingproject.org)

State Felony Disenfranchisement Briefs:

 
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