Last week, the Democrats’ leadership signaled that they would vote to [override the Maryland governor's veto. If successful,] Maryland will join the 13 states, plus the District of Columbia, that allow all people with felony convictions who have left prison to vote in elections.
Three states -- Kentucky, Iowa and Florida -- permanently revoke voting rights for all people convicted of a felony [another eight may revoke the right to vote permanently depending on certain criteria] while two states -- Maine and Vermont -- never strip felons of their voting rights.
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|State By State Voting Laws|
Interactive Version Of This Map At The Link