Restore Voting Rights | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Restore Voting Rights

House Bill Number: 
6

House Bill 6 would amend the Kentucky Constitution to restore voting rights to those who have a felony conviction once their sentence is completed. It would send the amendment to Kentucky voters for ratification.

KFTC HB 6 Handout

Bill Sponsor(s): 
C. Booker, C. Stevenson

This bill is a clean version of the Voting Rights bill with no exclusions based on the kinds of felonies. Everyone gets their right to vote after they’ve completed their prison time, probation, and/or parole. KFTC is working to restore voting rights for folks who have a felony conviction in their past without exception. 

A problematic version of a voting rights bill, Senate Bill 62, has begun moving in the Senate.

To learn more about the movement to restore voting rights in Kentucky as well as KFTC's work on this issue, and to connect with Kentuckians taking action, contact Dave Newton at: dave@kftc.org

KFTC's Position: 
KFTC Supports