Minnesota Supreme Court issues order on voting rights for felons who have not been convicted
Recently the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an order on a voting rights case. The case clarifies that the thousands of Minnesotans whose felony guilty plea has not been accepted and recorded by the court and are otherwise qualified can legally vote in the upcoming elections.
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#1 Nov 5, 2012
They have been voting so no real change. The could be if they only vote once!
#2 Nov 5, 2012
sorry "the change could be"
#3 Nov 5, 2012
it's ok, you're useless, anyway.
#5 Nov 5, 2012
Romney needs a turn as president!!
Let him have a turn!!,,,
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