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Alexandra Nikolchev


  Swing state Florida has toughest ex-felon voting rules in the nation

Under Gov. Rick Scott’s directive, residents convicted of a felony must wait five to seven years after their release before they can begin the process of reinstating their civil rights, which can only be restored through executive clemency: approval from the Governor himself.

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