League of Women Voters of Nebraska
The report estimates that 10.59% of Black Nebraskans and 5.82% of Latinx Nebraskans are disenfranchised individuals with felony convictions.
This is in contrast to the overall percentage of Nebraskans who are disenfranchised people with felony convictions; 1.65%.
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