Don't the individual states determine what makes a person eligible or ineligible to vote? I don't think there is a federal law prohibiting these people from voting.CountryGun said:A service-member, discharged dishonorably, loses his/her right to vote lifelong, regardless of the reason.
If they aren't in the military anymore, how can they be charged for saluting the flag? Please cite the law.CountryGun said:May not salute the flag, may not vote, and many other restrictions apply. Just throwing that into the fray, and interested in responses.
There is not a blanket law saying that felons cannot vote. It varies greatly from state to state.ookoshi said:They also lose the right to vote, which is fundamental to keeping all those other rights you mentioned, so the actual effect runs much deeper.