They seek to restore the right to vote to people who served sentences for serious crimes
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People who committed crimes and have already paid their sentences can now reestablish their right to vote. This was announced by the 'Restore Your Vote' program, which focuses on helping ex-convicts so they can vote again.
"In this election period we are sharing information about the right to vote, if a person has committed a felony in Arizona they can vote, there are resources to help them," Hannah Recht, director of the program, told Univision.
In Arizona when a person is convicted of a felony he loses his civil rights while he is paying his sentence, but upon leaving prison he can regain his ability to participate in elections.
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