US Vote Foundation is Proud to Present Its New Ex-Offender Voting Rights Resource
In partnership with Hip Hop Caucus, US Vote has created a comprehensive, up-to-date, easy-to-understand resource to guide voters through the ups and downs of criminal disenfranchisement
In all but two states and one territory, being convicted of a felony means that you lose your right to vote, sometimes permanently. US Vote has created a new resource to allow voters and policy makers to easily navigate and understand the complex patchwork of laws regarding criminal disenfranchisement.
Additionally, US Vote has worked hard to include all aspects of criminal disenfranchisement for all Americans, all in one place! This means that the US Vote Ex-Offender Voting Rights resource includes information on misdemeanor disenfranchisement, not just felony disenfranchisement, and includes US Territories, not just the states. Check it out today!