Do the Crime, Do the Time…and Lose Your Vote?
Season 5 Episode 2 | 9m 51s | Video has closed captioning.
If you’re a citizen and at least 18, you can vote in elections, right? Well, no. If you’ve been convicted of a crime, it’s possible that you could have that right taken away. It’s called felony disenfranchisement. This episode explores the debate over whether or not a felony conviction should cancel your right to vote.
Problems Playing Video? | Closed Captioning