Democratic governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe just signed an executive order returning the right to vote to felons who've served their time and completed their parole. Until today, Virginia was one of only four states that had a lifetime ban on voting for felons.
Did McAuliffe do the right thing? Or should convicted felons permanently lose their right to vote?
Supporters called McAuliffe's action "the single most significant action on disenfranchisement that we’ve ever seen from a governor." Virginia Republicans criticized the executive order, calling it "political opportunism," and blasted McAuliffe for giving "murders and rapists the right to vote in Virginia."
What do you think?