Kentucky Restores Voting Rights For 170,000 Ex-Cons, Joining National Trend

The Sentencing Project estimates that 5.85 million Americans have been disenfranchised because of felony convictions – enough to have swung the 2000 presidential elections, as two sociology professors argued in 2002. Continue reading

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