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Felon Voting Restoration Amendment on the Ballot in Florida

When Florida voters go to the polls for the Nov. 6 election, they’ll be determining the fates of over a million currently disenfranchised voters in their state. The Voting Rights Restoration for Felons Initiative, a constitutional amendment championed by the group Floridians for a Fair Democracy, would automatically restore the vote to people with felony convictions who have completed prison, parole, and probation, except for those convicted of murder or sexual offenses. Of the more than six million people across the United States who have lost the ability to vote due to a felony conviction, over 1.5 million currently reside in Florida, accounting for 10% of the adult population in the state.

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