Former felons in South Carolina do not permanently lose their voting rights. Their rights are restored after they have completed their entire sentence including probation and/or parole.
Former felons in South Carolina do not permanently lose their voting rights. Their rights are restored after they have completed their entire sentence including probation and/or parole. Stephanie Jadrnicek
Former felons in South Carolina do not permanently lose their voting rights. Their rights are restored after they have completed their entire sentence including probation and/or parole. Stephanie Jadrnicek

In South Carolina, losing voting rights after a felony conviction not a life sentence

June 14, 2018 12:00 AM