Are there any states where a convicted felon can hold public office and if so, which ones and what type of office?
In the USA political insiders with lots of money can hold office even when convicted of a felony.Common citezens who do not have established connections with wealthy cronnies can not even hope to hold office,nor or they allowed to vote.
Now tell me, what nation that we all know very well is essentialy a very big,wealthy bannana republic ?
I am pretty sure it is up to state law. In alaska you can hold an office if you are a convcited felon, but you can't vote. Doesn't make too much sense to me.
Senator from Alaska is now a convicted felon, and still a US senator...so you can still do that with a felony on your record.
wow... that's shocking... then again...I don't know the story OR the person.