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What are the requirements for taking part in a federal election? Check all that apply. felon citizen above the age of 18 registered with a state to vote English speaker

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    above the age of 18 U.S citizen Plus, people who are in prison are typically not permitted to vote. However, there is no federal law that automatically excludes people who have been convicted of a felony from voting. However, most states have laws regarding voting rights for people who have been convicted of a crime classified as a felony, convicted of certain types of felonies, or who are in jail. You will need to check with your state election board in order to determine whether your felony conviction will prevent you from voting.

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    that is all ik and I found it from a resource site on law.

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