Alabama's felony disenfranchisement law prevents approximately 250,000 Alabamians with felony convictions from voting. Confusion about and misapplication of these laws also de facto disenfranchise countless other Alabamians. A new law enacted in 2017 defined a list of crimes of moral turpitude, making it easier for many to restore their voting rights. 

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Additional Resources

Know Your Rights: Voting Rights
How To: Restore Your Voting Rights | Voting Rights Toolkit
ACLU National: Voting Rights | Voter Intimidation

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