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Is my friend able to get her voting rights reinstated though

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Is my friend able to get her voting rights reinstated though her felony can not be pardoned?
Yes, she can. She must apply for restoration of her rights with the Governor. Unlike an absolute pardon, however, the requirements are much lower for restoration of voting rights.

Here is a link to Virginia's webpage which explains the process contains the form that must be completed:

http://www.commonwealth.virginia.gov/judicialsystem/clemency/restoration.cfm
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


She is greatful and going to complete the forms. Thank you for being a part of this service.

You are very welcome ... good luck to your friend!

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