140,000 ex-felons allowed to vote by new Kentucky governor

140,000 ex-felons allowed to vote by new Kentucky governor

The right to vote of nearly 140,000 non-violent felony convicts has been restored by Andy Beshear, the newly elected governor of Kentucky. This move by the governor has been praised by a lot of rights groups. The order applies to those who have already completed their sentences.

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 5 months

How do these people get elected

is it 2021 yet?
is it 2021 yet? 5 months

This is what should happen. These citizens served their time and are still citizens of the United States. Why would they not be able to vote?

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 5 months

Aaaaand let me guess, they'll all vote Democrat. Cause I can guarantee you that Beshear only gave them back their voting rights is because he wants more dem voters

Mitchell 5 months

Fine by me. It's a step towards a greater prison reform. The state can't be destroying people's lives and silence their voice because they fucked up. I think I'm okay with violent felons continuing to have no vote.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 5 months

THis should have been voted on by the people like it was here in FLorida

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 5 months

Make Prison Great Again!

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