Disenfranchisement and Rights Restoration: Spotlight on States

All states other than Maine and Vermont disenfranchise at least some Americans with a felony conviction, stripping millions of the right to vote.

Some are now considering abolishing this practice altogether, or adopting other reforms such as enabling people to vote while on parole.

This series spotlights the way in which this system works within individual states, and the pathways to reform in each.