Florida’s Bill Nelson would have likely beat Rick Scott if ex-felons had been able to vote

Over the weekend, the recount in Florida’s Senate race ended. Republican Rick Scott, who’s currently the governor of Florida, beat Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson by a mere 10,033 votes — a razor-thin margin in an election where more than 8.1 million votes were counted.

But if people with felony records could have voted in the state this year, Nelson would have had a very good chance of remaining in the Senate.

(Read more in VOX.com)