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There is no doubt that participating in election process is a very basic right for citizens living in democratic society regardless of their background, race, and socio-economic status. In the U.S., states disfranchise a large number of citizens from election process because of their felony convictions. The states have different laws and policy implementations pertaining to felon disfranchisement. It is suggested that these policy differences result from the states' different characteristicsdoi:10.14687/ijhs.v11i1.2773 fatcat:ttdtwj23xnazfl5umektm2ts6a