Virginia Governor Says Restoring Rights to Convicted Felons 'Wasn't Politics'

Virginia Governor Says Restoring Rights to Convicted Felons 'Wasn't Politics'Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says his decision to restore voting rights to more than 200,000 convicted felons who have completed their sentences wasn’t a political move. “It was the right thing to do legally,” McAuliffe said in an exclusive interview on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday. The governor signed an executive order Friday that restored the voting rights to 206,000 convicted felons in the state.

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