Try the political quiz

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@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder, non-marital rape or manslaughter

@9423HL4 from Washington answered…6mos

Not violent offenders. Lesser non violent felons after finishing sentences and parole

@93ZP8QG from North Carolina answered…6mos

Yes, except for those convicted of murder or violent crimes, and only after completing their sentences and parole/probation.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…7mos

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder, manslaughter or non-marital rape

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…7mos

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder, manslaughter or non-marital rape.

@93MK6S9 answered…7mos

@93HNT69 from Illinois answered…8mos

No, but depends on how bad the charges are, if you have a Class X felony or any felony you shouldn't be able to vote

@93GHPLP from Louisiana answered…8mos

@93DHP4B from Kansas answered…8mos

@93B2LX2 from Texas answered…8mos

If they have shown actual remorse, changed, and served their time

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, every citizen deserves the right to vote, except for Felons who are serving Life in Prison with no chance of parole for convicting things like murder or any other violent crimes

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, every citizen deserves the right to vote, except for felons who are sentenced to life in prison without parole and have No regret for their Crime

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, except for felons who are sentenced to life in prison without parole

@7T2MB66 from Texas answered…9mos

Yes, and, depending on the crime, after the sentence/parole/probation is completed.

@92ZT2NT from Illinois answered…9mos

@92QDC3B from Missouri answered…9mos

depending on if it was wrongful imprisonment or petty charges but it its child rapist,serial killers and those type then no so its a so-so question.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

 @MSelvig from Wyoming answered…10mos

Per the 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution, the States reserve the right to make this decision.

@92BKNSF from Maine answered…10mos

I think that it depends on the crime, Everyone should have the right to vote but if you kill a child or for sexual assault on a child or murder in general then No, you shouldn't be allowed to do most things that other people can do.

@7VCJM9T from Kentucky answered…10mos

Yes, but not people convicted of voter disenfranchisement or tampering with machines and the voting process.

@9229SCK from California answered…10mos

@8ZZTH4H from Minnesota answered…10mos

@8ZR22X4 from South Dakota answered…11mos

They should be able to vote depending on what kind of crime they committed/ convicted of.

 @ForWheelen from Florida answered…11mos

As long as the sentence and restitution is satisfied and there must be a minimum of 10 years without any further arrests

@heatherdvdprince… answered…11mos

Yes, but only after completing their sentences and parole/probation. Until then, they have forfeited their rights by breaking the law, and should not be allowed to vote if they are willing to hurt the country like that.

@8ZM787S from Ohio answered…11mos

@8ZFWLBX from Iowa answered…11mos

Only those with minor crimes. Those who have committed felonies should have a waiting period after serving their sentence. Murderers and other terrible criminals should not be allowed to vote.

@8ZD5R8M from Washington answered…11mos

it depeds on there situation life if they robbed a big chain store or was selling drugs they could because there are other things to worry about like rape and woman beaters so they shouldnt be able to vote or get a say in anything

@ThomasJJ99 from Georgia answered…12mos

 @RickStewart from Iowa answered…12mos

When a person is in prison s/he is under the direct control of the government. When s/he is not, s/he should be allowed to vote for or against that government.

 @8VHBC3L from West Virginia answered…12mos

@8PWXW4S from Oregon answered…12mos

Yes, unless they have murdered in a way that's not in self defense, or committed a violent crime

@8VC7WDN from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, but only after they have proven record of rehabilitation into a productive lifestyle can they be given back to the right to vote.

@8YRMXBH from California answered…1yr

Yes, if they pay taxes, live in a stable environment, and show that they have changed prior to their crime

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, except for felons convicted of murder, voluntary manslaughter, or non-marital rape

@8YF8VZ5 from South Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, after completing their sentence/parole/probation unless convicted of murder, rape other violent crimes and/or espionage.

@8Y8D4H8 from Texas answered…1yr

@8PWXW4S from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes, unless they have murdered not in self defense, or committed a violent crime

@8XZCH8R from New York answered…1yr

Yes but only after completing their sentence and parole/ probation and if their crime wasn’t higher than petty

@8XVDJS6 from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes and No. It really depends on the crime they have been convicted with

@8XT5R4B from New York answered…1yr

You gave up the right to vote when you got locked up. How much sense does it make when women had to wait til 1919 to be able to vote, but a criminal can vote? NO!

@8XP4MLR from North Carolina answered…1yr

@8XJNSPJ from California answered…1yr

Yes if they are properly educated on the issues and are deemed mentally competent.

@8XBXMYL from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, unless committed murder/violent crimes/rape and after their sentences/parole/probation.

@Thomasj66 from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, but only after completing their sentences and parole/probation. Also, it depends on the crime.

@8WVSFDZ from New Jersey answered…1yr

Yes but there needs to be a universal system for the restoration of the right to vote and a civics test, and criteria for not restoring those rights.

@8WVKFJ8 from Georgia answered…1yr