Casting a ballot seems as American as apple pie. But in Florida, one in ten people have had their voting rights taken away because of a criminal conviction. Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy dives into the history of Florida’s voting system, how ex-felons get their rights back, and what Florida voters can do to help.
Check out Torres-Spelliscy’s piece for the Brennan Center, It’s Time for Florida to Join the Rest of the Union on Voting Rights
Read her OpEd in Shondaland, What You Need to Know About Florida’s Voting Rights
Find her piece on the Harvard Law Review Blog, Florida Voters Have the Chance the Expand the Franchise in 2018