The Silent Suppressor: A Record 6 Million Convicted Felons Can’t Vote

According to The Sentencing Project, a record 6.1 million Americans are forbidden to vote because of laws restricting voting rights for those convicted of felony-level crimes. In a error where voter suppression has emerged as an controversial subtext of the most recent five presidential election cycles, researchers such as Christopher Uggen, Ryan Larson, and Sarah Shannon are now exploring the impact of “felony disenfranchisement”.

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Kenneth Price

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