Other than felons, people who are considered unable to vote in the United States general elections are people who are under the age of 18 years old, people who have failed to register to vote by the voter registration deadline, and in some states, people who are deemed too mentally ill or cognitively impaired.
Yes. Felons are currently not able to vote. Jailed felons should also not be allowed to cast a ballot in a public election. Criminals have proven that they cannot live with the general public. Since their acts have made it necessary to remove them from the general public, they should not be able to vote for the leaders of the general public either.