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@6BDD2MLGreenfrom California  answered…1mo

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.

@daemonkityGreenfrom New York  answered…1mo

Yes, every US citizen should have the right to vote regardless of their circumstances. One person = one vote.

@6B8497VDemocratfrom Washington  answered…1mo

No way! Why would a person who broke the law of our land get to decide who will govern our nation? Hate governs them, and they should not be allowed to have the same rights as the American citizen.

@5TVCTBHDemocratfrom California  answered…1mo

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.

@9Q5L8KDVeteran from Oklahoma answered…4wks

yes, but only if they are fully reformed and stable of a upright citizen

@9Q5L2HLWomen’s Equality from California answered…4wks

It depends on the crime that the criminal has committed, if they finish their sentence, and show that they have a changed behavior that is fit for society.

@9PW4NFGGreen from Washington D.C. answered…4wks

Yes, if they have to pay taxes, they should always have the right to vote

@9QPVDZFTranshumanist from Texas answered…1 day

I would say depending on if they changed there ways in life

@9QPQHPPGreen from Georgia answered…1 day

If the convicted criminal is in jail then no. But if he/she has already served their sentence then they deserve the right to vote

@9QMQWS7Republican from Texas answered…4 days

@9QMCH2WPeace and Freedom from California answered…5 days

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder, violent crimes, or sex crimes, and only after completing their sentences and parole/probation

@9QMB6WFPeace and Freedom from Arizona answered…5 days

@9PPRGD6Democratfrom Guam  answered…1mo

Anyone that isn't being in prison for life should have a right to vote

@miha4752Veteran from New York answered…1mo

No, unless the crimes they are convicted of are misdemeanors

@9PPK75YAmerican Solidarity from Arizona answered…1mo

@9PPC2R3Working Family from Kentucky answered…1mo

It depends on what their sentence is and what they are convicted for.

@9PP9FWFRepublican from Oklahoma answered…1mo

@9PP2YXQGreen from North Carolina answered…1mo

Yes, unless they’ve committed a bigger crime. And I believe they should complete a certain time of their sentence before having the right to vote.

@9PNQ6FTLibertarian from Arizona answered…1mo

Yes, but not if imprisoned due to affiliations with nation-state terrorist groups / actions

@9PNL35VPeace and Freedom from New York answered…1mo

@9PNGCX5Socialist from Virginia answered…1mo

I do think they should have the right to vote but only in a remote, controlled location with criminals who are stable enough to where they stand to vote without acting out and reeking havoc.

@9PNBQNQWomen’s Equality from New York answered…1mo

They should have the right to vote when incarcerated and when they get out since it can effect the election and have more votes.

@9PN939CWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…1mo

Depends on their reputation and how bad the crime is that they committed.

@9PN8BRPPeace and Freedom from South Carolina answered…1mo

They should still do their time but that doesn't mean that they are not citizens of the US and I think they should have the right to vote.

@9PKW265Working Family from Wyoming answered…1mo

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes. Also, absolutely no convicted felon for pedophilia or sexual abuse of any kind against a minor.

@9PK5NXHLibertarian from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, but only after finishing time served and parole/probation. Then they should be allowed to apply for their rights to be restored.

@9PK472KRepublican from Texas answered…1mo

No, they committed a crime and lost some of their rights for their choices.

@9PHKGC7Constitution from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, after background check to make sure they are sane enough to.

@9PHFLXTWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, if the crimes are petty crimes, and they've done their sentances

@9PGTR59Transhumanist from Oklahoma answered…1mo

Yes, except for those with felony violent crime convictions and after completion of their sentence/parole/probation and any ordered restitution.

@9PGT43DSocialist from West Virginia answered…1mo

@9PFS6MKRepublican from Texas answered…1mo

Yes but not rapist sexual assault cases or murders or violent crimes

@9PFQHTHWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…1mo

It only depends on the crime and there living situation on if they are in Jail or not

@9PFKK5JWorking Family from New York answered…1mo

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder or violent crimes unless they have had 10 years without any incident.

@9PFB7Q5Peace and Freedom from Texas answered…1mo

They should have the right to vote, but with background checks each time

@9PDZDMFWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1mo

Yes except for people who were guilty of murder of an innocent bystander with the intent to kill

@9PDZC9SDemocrat from New York answered…1mo

If they have access to books and news to educate themselves about political issues

@9PCNNSRPeace and Freedom from New Hampshire answered…1mo

@9PCN4RPPeace and Freedom from Alabama answered…1mo

yes, after they have completed their sentences parole and all but no felons convicted of murder or violent crimes (rape,abuse, kidnapping,) should not be allowed to vote

@9PCBKCKGreen from California answered…1mo

@9PBP99TPeace and Freedom from Wisconsin answered…1mo

if their sentence and their probation is up and they have been clean no bad behavior they would be able to vote

@9PBGYKLPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…1mo

Pedophiles, rapist, sex offenders, murderers shouldn't be voting

@9P95NMNRepublican from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, but not violent criminals and must also complete a further process specifically for voting beyond just finishing their sentence


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