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Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should People Who Have Completed Felony Sentences Be Allowed to Vote?"

“Felons should be made to complete their entire sentences, including probation or parole, and satisfy all related financial obligations before they can resume voting.”

Union-Bulletin Editorial Board, Feb. 9, 2007

[Editor’s Note: Individuals and organizations that do not support felon re-enfranchisement until felons have paid all fines and restitution (in addition to having completed their term of incarceration and probation/parole) are classified as Not Clearly Pro or Con. Also, those who support re-enfranchisement of some felons but not others (for example, felons who committed murder or rape) are also classified as Not Clearly Pro or Con.]


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Quoted in:
  1. Should People with Felony Convictions Who Are out of Prison but on Parole or Probation Regain Their Right to Vote?
  2. Should People with Felony Convictions Have to Pay All Fines, Fees, and Restitutions Related to Their Conviction before Regaining Their Vote?