Let Justice-Impacted People Vote

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In 2021, there were 10,326 West Virginians who were unable to become voters because they were on parole or probation.

These West Virginians have served their time. They pay taxes and give back to their communities. There is no reason their right to vote should continue to be withheld.

Let's be clear: this is taxation without representation and it's time for it to end.

Twenty-two states, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia allow people to vote once they have served their sentence. It's time West Virginia joined the growing consensus on this issue.

Our legislators need to hear from you. Tell them it's wrong to withhold this basic right from our neighbors. Tell them taxation without representation is fundamentally undemocratic. Tell them to support legislation that ends voter disenfranchisement.

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Let justice impacted people vote
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Voting rights are deeply important to me because they are fundamental to our democratic process. That’s why I am writing to ask that you support legislation allowing people to become registered voters once they have served their time.

Please support legislation this session that allows West Virginians who have served their time to become voters again.


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