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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes

@97KFKCF from California agreed…3mos

The voters have the right to choose with their votes in that election whether or not it disqualifies him from office. The government shouldn't ban anyone from running, voters have the right to vote against them.

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@992T5QZ from Hawaii answered…34mins

Federal: yes, as long as not convicted of sedition, seditious conspiracy, treason, conspiracy to defraud the United States or selling information on national defense and as long as sentence has been served. State and below: States should decide.

@99236CV from Mississippi answered…2 days

@98ZVGKK from Tennessee answered…3 days

@98YSN4C from Oregon answered…4 days

Yes, as long as it was not a felony, violent, financial, sexual crime, or committed while in office.

@AWeiseyyy24Republican from Minnesota answered…4 days

Depends on the crime. Any act of treason should disqualify them undoubtedly.

@98YDHHK from Idaho answered…5 days

@98YBMSY from Texas answered…5 days

Yes, unless they finished there sentence and learned what they did was wrong

@98XX6DFfrom Maine  answered…6 days

Yes, as long as they have finished serving theri sentence and it was not a violent or sexual crime.

@98XKXR6 from Ohio answered…6 days

Yes, as long as the crime is minor and their sentence has been carried out

@98WQW2R from Missouri answered…1wk

Yes, as along as the crime was not a crime of fraudulent activity

@98VZGKQ from Indiana answered…1wk

Yes, but they must have finished their sentence, and cannot have committed the crime while in office.

@98VFTPHDemocrat from Ohio answered…2wks

I believe that they should be allowed or not depending on what the crime was.

@98V8JTR from Minnesota answered…2wks

it depends on the crime because if someone was using self defence than...

@98TTSNB from California answered…2wks

I think it depends on the situation and whether or not the person has changed/gotten better. I won't flat out say no, but I won't say yes either.

@98TRVV9 from Illinois answered…2wks

No, they messed one time and if they mess up again, they hurt the state or country.

@98TMB4M from Washington answered…2wks

Yes, as long as they've completed their sentencing, parole and or probation, and a two year waiting period.

@98SLF2MRepublican from California answered…2wks

Yes, as long as they have served their sentence, had good behavior, and showed signs of remorse and desire to reform/change.

@98SHBB7 from Washington D.C. answered…2wks

Yes, but the type, time, and circumstances of crime should be noted/considered

@98RRFWR from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

Yes, as long as it was not a felony, violent, financial, or sexual crime and it wasn't committed while in office.

@98RNTR5 from California answered…3wks

@98QDXSZ from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

Yes as long as they served their sentence and it was not an extreme crime

@98Q4DR2 from Virginia answered…3wks

Yes, as long as the crime was not a felony, violent, financial, or sexual crime, they have finished serving their sentence, & as long as the crime was not committed while in office.

@98PKMGWProgressive from California answered…3wks

as long as they have finished serving their sentence and disallow politicians that are under investigation for a crime

@98NY4SJ from California answered…3wks

@98NTNQP from Washington answered…3wks

Yes, as long as the nature and details of the crime are made public knowledge so people can make an educated vote

@98NHMSFfrom Guam  answered…4wks

Yes, if it's a minor crime (such as possession of drugs) or if it's related to protests and/or political opposition.

@98N22YR from Kentucky answered…4wks

Yes, as long as they are carefully watched while and after they are in office.

@98MJLLL from Florida answered…4wks

Yes, as long as the crime was not committed while in office and prove of reform has been provided.

@98MFNNB from Utah answered…4wks

Depends on how they turned around from there mistakes and how bad the crime was

@98LYDM6 from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

As long as it wasn’t committed in office and not a violent financial or sexual crime

@98L2Y8P from Minnesota answered…1mo

@98JKW6Y from Minnesota answered…1mo

yes as long as it wasnt a serious crime like murder or sexual crimes

@98JBDGC from Indiana answered…1mo

@98HS4HC from Nebraska answered…1mo

Yes, as long as they have finished serving their sentence and as long as it was not a violent, financial, or sexual crime

@98HLQDD from Florida answered…1mo

@98GJPNHfrom Maine  answered…1mo

Yes, as long as it was not a felony, violent, financial, sexual crime, conspiracy and treason.

@98G82LY from New Jersey answered…1mo

Yes, as long as it was not a horrific crime, and they have finished serving their sentence

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