In turn, abortion would be treated as a criminal homicide, except in cases where the individual’s life is at risk due to complications during pregnancy. This also means that anyone who has an abortion or provides the procedure could face felony charges and lose their right to vote.
I don't mean to diminish the disenfranchisement this would cause but with the justice system over there isn't a criminal homicide is going to mean serious time behind the bars? This would ruin people's lives much worse than "just" losing their right to vote. Losing a fundamental right like the right to vote permanently as a result of one mistake - assuming that a felony is an actual harmful action which in this case it would not be - is a disgraceful flaw in your system, anyway.
The issue is that everything, ultimately, comes back to being able to vote, especially in a system like the US where so many positions are elected. If you can't vote, then nobody in an elected position has to listen to you and your grievances since you can't give them a vote you can't cast.
And yeah, felony disenfranchisement is bullshit. IIRC that clause of the Fourteenth Amendment was only really meant to target the major players in the Confederacy, but the Supreme Court has allowed it to target basically anyone convicted of a crime.
But if you shoot someone, you can still vote though, right?
In Maine and Vermont, you can still vote even while you're incarcerated for a crime. (Same up here, after Sauve v Canada.)