Convicted felons fight for right to vote

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About a-third of those covered by the ban live in the state of Florida. That’s where they’re fighting to reclaim their right to vote.
CCTV’s Nitza Soledad Perez has the story of one of those crusaders.

Convicted felons fight for right to vote

Convicted felons fight for right to vote

About a-third of those covered by the ban live in the state of Florida. That's where they're fighting to reclaim their right to vote. CCTV's Nitza Soledad Perez has the story of one of those crusaders.


Marc Mauer from The Sentencing Project on new legislative proposal

A new legislative proposal would allow felons to vote in federal elections, but not for state and local offices.

CCTV America interviewed Marc Mauer. He’s executive director of The Sentencing Project. It’s an organization that works toward a fair and effective U.S. criminal justice system, by promoting reforms.

Marc Mauer from The Sentencing Project on new legislative proposal

Marc Mauer from The Sentencing Project on new legislative proposal

A new legislative proposal would allow felons to vote in federal elections, but not for state and local offices. CCTV America interviewed Marc Mauer. He's executive director of The Sentencing Project. It's an organization that works toward a fair and effective U.S. criminal justice system, by promoting reforms.