Benefits Of Felony Disenfranchisement

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In the state of Texas, the only people who are allowed felony disenfranchisement are the people who have completed their term of incarceration or parole and probation sentence and are considered “ex-felons”. People who are still serving their sentence do not have the privilege to vote, which includes all persons currently in jail, on probation, or released on parole. Although ex-felons are granted the right to vote once finished with their sentence, there are still some obstacles to receiving those rights which still holds a major impact on how many people actually vote within the state. Things such as the process complications, miscommunication between important parties who play a role in making sure ex-felons receive their rights, and simply

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