Video: Tennessee woman sentenced to 6 years for voter fraud

“Across the country, there are over 24 million people who have been convicted of felonies, and the vast majority of those people actually retain the right to vote — more than 18 million of those have the right to vote, but most of them believe that can’t,” said Blair Bowie, senior legal counsel and Restore Your Vote manager at Campaign Legal Center. “That’s because state laws are a patchwork of different rules and different processes for restoring your right to vote, and it can be really confusing. There’s just a lot of misinformation out there.”

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