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Convicted felons have rights too

We are led to believe that convicted felons are stripped of their rights as Americans. Once convicted felons in the State of North Carolina have completed a felony sentence or have been pardoned, they are immediately eligible to register and vote.

The convicted felon can ask his or her releasing officer for a “Certificate of Restoration of Forfeited Rights of Citizenship”. This certificate is not required to register to vote, but it will prove eligibility to vote if challenged.​

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