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State Felon Voting Laws

State Felon Voting Laws – State laws on felon voting differ across the US. In Maine and Vermont, convicted felons can vote from prison. In Florida, Kentucky, Iowa, and Virginia, convicted felons can lose the ability to vote permanently. See our updated chart detailing the various laws on felon voting in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.