Restore Voting Rights to Minnesotans with Felony Convictions

Minnesota Legislators

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OVER 50,000 MINNESOTANS ARE DENIED THE RIGHT TO VOTE even though they live in the community, go to work, raise families, pay taxes, and are affected by the same social issues and policy decisions such as housing, healthcare, and education as every other member of the community.  

Minnesotans with a felony conviction DO NOT have the right to vote until they have finished all parts of their sentence including any probation, parole or supervised release. Source: Office of the MN Secretary of State. Click HERE to get more information.

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To: Minnesota Legislators
From: [Your Name]

We, the undersigned, are concerned citizens who urge our leaders to act now to end voter suppression and pass legislation to restore voting rights to Minnesotans with felony convictions who are living in the community.