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Jonathan Grant Dr. Jackson POLI 210.002 9/18/09 In the United States, felons are permitted to vote upon release. Some states get to specific and down to particular cases when deciding this matter. The official political participation in the country has an enormous effect on the outcome for felons because there is such a widespread of opinions and beliefs. Every election, only half of the adult population, in the country, actually votes. This provokes interest groups and the political participants to influence government to allow for felons to practice voting. This only helps raise the declining voting numbers that the United States has been facing recently. One of the problems associated with felons and voting is the difference between a right and a privilege. It is a fair argument to state that those felons or ex-felons lost their privilege when they broke the laws of the Constitution, but then some citizens believe that everyone deserves a second chance in this world. These people believe that the outcome of this country is so significant that granting
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