Felons cannot vote in Florida unless they wait five to seven years and then apply to a state board — comprising the governor and Cabinet — to have their voting rights restored.
Felons cannot vote in Florida unless they wait five to seven years and then apply to a state board — comprising the governor and Cabinet — to have their voting rights restored. Miami Herald file photo
Felons cannot vote in Florida unless they wait five to seven years and then apply to a state board — comprising the governor and Cabinet — to have their voting rights restored. Miami Herald file photo

Florida ‘radically out-of-step’ in denying felons right to vote, report says

December 23, 2016 1:55 PM

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