New research indicates 56 inmates serving felony sentences voted in 2020

April 13, 2021 – Fight Voter Fraud, Inc. – Although current Connecticut State Statue 9-14a prohibits inmates serving felony sentences from registering to vote and voting, state records appear to indicate that 56 incarcerated felons voted in the 2020 election. If the analysis of the data is correct, these inmates and potentially those who assisted them may face new Class D felony offenses.

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Press Release- Felons Voting in Connecticut 2021

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ameron Atkinson, a criminal defense and civil rights attorney, is leading the suit on behalf of Fight Voter Fraud, Inc., a Connecticut-based “non-profit, non-partisan” group created to “advocate on behalf of all disenfranchised voters, regardless of party affiliation.” He provides insight into the suit and the upcoming primary, as well as protecting the voting process.

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