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A discouraging stat of the day
By contrast, in 2007 when Charlie Crist was governor, 38,871 former felons were allowed to vote again.
The Florida Parole Commission has a current backlog of 21,197 applications even as a study by FPC showed that ex-felons whose civil rights are restored are less likely to re-offend.