Tell your legislators: Don’t Block the Ballot Box! It’s time to restore the right to vote to thousands of Kentuckians who made a mistake and have served their time.
As it stands now, if a Kentuckian is convicted of any felony – with rare exceptions involving the Governor’s pardon authorities, or an expungement – they lose the right to vote permanently. Kentucky is an outlier, one of only a handful of states that maintain this harsh penalty.
With Florida recently overturning felony disenfranchisement, Kentucky is now on the fringe and has the dubious distinction of disenfranchising the most African American voters in the nation. As your constituent, I ask you to do your part to restore the right to vote to thousands of Kentuckians who made a mistake and served their time.
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