Kentucky governor restores voting rights of most felons

by STEVE BITTENBENDER  |  published on November 25, 2015

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear on Tuesday signed an executive order restoring voting rights to most felons in state in an action he said will affect some 180,000 people.

Once felons have completed their sentences, including any probation or parole, and have made court-mandated restitution, they will have their rights automatically restored as long as they have no additional cases pending, Beshear said.

Felons convicted of violent or sex crimes, bribery and treason are excluded.

Previously, felony offenders needed to apply to the governor’s office to have their voting rights restored. Now, Beshear said, the Department of Corrections will make the determination.

  • Faithful American

    Sounds like a so-called “Democratic” Governor, to ME!

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