Millions Denied Voting Rights in Midterms Due to Felony Convictions

A new report released by The Sentencing Project estimates that 4.6 million people (one in every 50 adults) are barred from voting in the 2022 midterms due to a felony conviction. Most of these people have completed their sentences or are on probation or parole.

You can find the report here. Key findings are on page two.