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November 2020

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VOTING RIGHTS: PERSONS WITH CRIMINAL HISTORY IN COLORADO

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In general, the law prohibits a convicted felon after serving his/her time from registering or casting a vote in the U.S. However, a 2019 law restores the voting rights of parolee since felon convicts in Colorado sentenced to parole are considered to have completed their full term of imprisonment. You can vote in Colorado if you are: 1. Past criminal convict and have finished the sentence. In Colorado, you will become eligible to vote again the day you are released from the detention facility. 2. Sentenced or released on parole or other…

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SOME PEOPLE AREN'T ALLOWED TO VOTE. IS IT LEGAL?

SOME PEOPLE AREN’T ALLOWED TO VOTE. IS IT LEGAL?

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Some U.S. citizens, like convicted felons, aren’t allowed to vote. If you are arrested for a felony crime and still want to exercise your right to vote, you have to seek help from a 24-hour bail bonds company. For general guidelines, people in the U.S. who can vote during the election are: – U.S. citizens. You have the right to vote, even if you are homeless, as long as you are a citizen of the United States of America.  – Able to meet residency requirements. Most of the States require…

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