House Bill 316 creates new absentee ballot, polling place protocols

Elections officials highlight voting, registration changes

By JAMES SWIFT
Posted 5/21/19

Contrary to popular misconception, inmates do indeed have a constitutional right to vote — that is, as long as they have no prior felony convictions and are either being held in pretrial detention …

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