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Saturday, August 3 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Afternoon Repeat -Second Chances: Voting Rights for People with Felonies in Their Past

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Part of building a healthy, participatory democracy means that voting includes everyone. But one in eleven voting-age Kentuckians don’t have the right to vote because Kentucky has the harshest felony disenfranchisement laws in the U.S. In this workshop we’ll review our five-year plan to restore voting rights to an estimated 312,000 Kentuckians with felonies in their past and will share some stories about our personal experiences, effective and campaign tactics. We’ll learn what we can do in our individual chapters and communities to make history and restore voting rights to thousands of Kentuckians!

Speakers
avatar for Corey Logan

Corey Logan

Central Kentucky Member, Kentuckians For The Commonwealth
Corey is an active KFTC member from Lexington who got involved around our campaign to restore voting rights to people with felonies in their past after losing her right to vote back in 1995. Upon being released, he got a GED, then a college degree in radio and tv communications.  Corey... Read More →
avatar for Debra Graner

Debra Graner

KFTC Member
Debbie is a new KFTC member from Frankfort who got involved this year rebuilding our campaign to restore voting rights of people with felonies in their past. She has herself lost the right to vote. She’s active in local church and volunteer work, mostly with the local animal shelters... Read More →

Workshop Organizers
avatar for Tayna Fogle

Tayna Fogle

Democracy Fellow, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Democracy Fellow
avatar for Dave Newton

Dave Newton

Democracy Organizer, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth


Saturday August 3, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Hutchins Room

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