Day: June 3, 2020

Expanding Voter Access in Jails

By The Sentencing Project The vast majority of the 700,000 people incarcerated in jails are eligible to vote because they are either awaiting trial or are serving a sentence for a misdemeanor conviction, but not a felony. Yet few jurisdictions have established a process whereby people in jails can vote. A new report by The Sentencing Project highlights jurisdictions that have adopted[Read More…]

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