There's some controversy over Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'conditional pardon' of convicted felons so they can vote.  Many are saying Governor Cuomo did it to get more votes while Governor Cuomo defends his decision.


New York State is one of only a few States where convicts have a hard time voting, according to News Reports.

Here are the States where voting rights are restored immediately after being released from prison: (according to reports)

The District of ColumbiaHawaiiIllinoisIndianaMassachusettsMichiganMontanaNew HampshireNorth DakotaOhioOregonPennsylvaniaRhode Island, Utah.



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