Efforts to Register and Provide Ballots to DC Felons in Federal Prisons Face Hurdles

About 300 of the approximately 2,600 federal prison inmates from the District of Columbia have registered to vote in the November general elections, according to a review by the News4 I-Team. A newly passed D.C. law gave voting rights to incarcerated felons from the District, but efforts to register and provide ballots to those inmates have encountered hurdles, the I-Team…