Last updated on: 8/24/2021 | Author:

North Carolina to Restore Vote to 56,000 People with Felony Convictions

A three-judge panel issued a preliminary injunction declaring that people convicted of felonies who have completed their prison time must be allowed to register to vote immediately. The injunction restored the right to vote to about 56,000 people who are on probation, parole or post-release supervision. The injunction may be appealed.