Inviting noncitizens and felons to vote

Inviting noncitizens and felons to vote

There are 1 comment on the Las Vegas Review Journal story from Sep 30, 2012, titled Inviting noncitizens and felons to vote. In it, Las Vegas Review Journal reports that:

Like some 400,000 other Nevadans, Las Vegas resident Erna Barton received a postcard this month from Secretary of State Ross Miller.

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Branson, MO

#1 Oct 7, 2012
The reason convicted felons cannot vote is a historical one, that frankly is kind of evil and wrong. After the civil war, congress passed a law that disenfranchised felons. All men who served in the confederate forces had to sign a "parole" This made them convicted felons. This politically decapitated the south, since women could not vote. The political and economic dominance of the south lasted until this day. This should be repealed since the way the country works now is we are criminalizing our people at the highest rate ever. Thus immigrants will be the majority of voters, in less than 15 years. Politically motivated prosecutors, will continue to hand out felonies like popcorn to our kids and try to ruin America. Mindless cops are the stooges of this.

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