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While Iowa struggles on whether to restore voting rights to felons who have completed their prison sentences, Sen. Bernie Sanders said people convicted of felonies should never lose access to the ballot box in the first place.

At a town hall meeting in Muscatine’s West Middle School gymnasium Saturday, the Vermont senator was asked whether the imprisoned should have the right to vote. Only his home state and Maine allow felons to vote from behind bars.

“I think that is absolutely the direction we should go,” he said.

While most states disenfranchise felons, Sanders said the convicted still have a right to participate in elections. (Read more… excerpt from Kevin Hardy article in the Des Moine Register)

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Maureen H Broussard
April 14, 2019

There was time when a convicted criminal lost ALL rights. The right to vote being only one of them. Now some live better tan seniors and veterans in some cases. This is not right. I do pray for those in in prison. I pray that they will truly be sorry for their crimes and repent and be saved. I pray for their safety while in prison. I pray and thank God for those who are able to go to the prisons and bring the Word of god to those incarcerated through Bible Study and prayer.

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