Are convicted felons allowed to vote?

Answer No, convicted felons are not allowed to vote in some places in the United States. Currently, 12 of 50 states ban felons from participating in elections within state borders on all levels under cert... Read More »

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Can 1st time convicted felons vote?

According to, different states have different laws about allowing convicted felons to vote, whether a first-time felon or not. Some states grant felons a restoration of their... Read More »

Do convicted felons have the right to vote?

There is no federal law in the United States that strips convicted felons of voting rights; however, 35 states have laws taking this right from some or all individuals who have served prison time f... Read More »

Can convicted felons get mortgages?

Yes. No law prohibits felons from receiving a mortgage. Assuming a felon has the credit required to qualify for a mortgage, he should not have any problems obtaining a mortgage, unless his credit... Read More »

Can convicted felons go on a cruise?

There are no restrictions that prevent convicted felons from purchasing a cruise ticket, but some countries won't admit some felons, based on the crime and when the conviction occurred. People who... Read More »