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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has changed the process of how Virginians with a felony conviction can regain their voting rights. Previously, citizens who had committed a non-violent felony received their civil rights like voting, running for office, and serving on a jury automatically after they had served their sentence. Under the Republican Governors new policy, citizens with a felony conviction must now apply to regain civil rights after being released, and these applications will be considered on an individual basis. Visit 8News to learn moreImage