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Prisoners right to vote: Would prisoner voting maintain public safety?

  • Maine and Vermont do it

    The question of whether prisoners should be given the right to vote has really already been settled in two states: Vermont and Maine. In both states prisoners have the right to vote, and it has not led to the collapse of the voting system, or whatever nonsense people predict will happen.

  • Voting is a right, unfortunately not for prisoners

    I do not think any prisoner can maintain any type of safety. The reason a person goes to prison is not following the laws of the land, that everyone else has to follow. When a prisoner does not do right and go to jail, the right to vote and some jobs when you get out is out of the question

  • All prisoners shouldn't vote

    Prisoners can deserve a right to vote but not all prisoners as most criminals have some powerful contacts which can be exploited by politicians to create vote banks , which is harmful for the result leading to a biased result .Proper backgrounds should scrutinized before giving prisoners a chance to vote.

  • Voting is a right, unfortunately not for prisoners.

    I do not think any prisoner can maintain any type of safety. The reason a person goes to prison is not following the laws of the land, that everyone else has to follow. When a prisoner does not do right and go to jail, the right to vote and some jobs when you get out is out of the question.


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