Just In Time for the November Elections Over 200,000 People with Felony Convictions Have Their Voting Rights Restored
Date:  04-23-2016

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe's executive order will also restore other rights and privileges
April 22, 2016

According to the Associated Press (AP) over 200,000 people who have a felony conviction will have their voting rights restored just in time to cast their ballots in the upcoming presidential election in November.

The AP added that Virginia Governor Nathan Deal’s executive order proclaimed "...every Virginia felon who has completed their sentence and finished any supervised release, parole or probation requirements as of April 22 will be able to vote, run for public office, serve on a jury and become a notary public.”

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