This report explores Tennessee’s complicated disenfranchisement policies for individuals with felony convictions, including the practical effects of voting restoration procedure laws on election officials, the burdens that current eligibility requirements place on applicants and state agencies, and the inconsistent and unreliable process for notifying people of both their disenfranchisement and voting rights restoration.

Addressing Barriers to the Ballot Box: Registering to Vote in Tennessee with a Past Felony Conviction