The Los Angeles Times reports that “in one of the largest efforts aimed at registering eligible incarcerated individuals in Southern California, dozens of volunteers this month are going inside jails in Los Angeles and Orange counties as part of the American Civil Liberties Union’s “Unlock the Vote” campaign to educate inmates about their rights.”
The law is pretty clear, if you’re incarcerated for something less than a felony in California, you can still vote. State law does not apply to federal prisoners.
So the Democrats have wised up and are working to register thousands of inmates before the June 5 primary.
It should work well for them, especially since their allies in the police unions go out of their way to lock people up in the nation’s largest police state.