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Registering 170,000 People with Felonies in their Past - Starting with Training

VotingRightsCoalitionMeeting7-10-20The Kentucky Voting Rights Coalition has just under 3 months to register some 170,000 people with felonies in their past who got their right to vote back through Beshear's executive action. We plan to do it through phone conversations, texting, door-to-door canvassing, mailers, PSAs, and more. But all that starts with training! Can you come out to learn more about how to help people navigate this process? If so, sign up below!

How to Launch a Jail Based Voter Initiative webinar - July 15 at 2pm ET- How to Launch a Jail Based Voter Initiative webinar  Sentencing Project and Campaign Legal Center.

Texting Training with CLC for Voting Rights Partners - July 16at 2pm ET - Voting Rights Coalition training on texting campaign to reach people with felonies in their past.  Run by the Campaign Legal Center. Contact Dave Newton at Dave@kftc.org if you want to participate.

KFTC Live - July 22 at 1pm ET - Podcast featuring Kentucky women fighting for the right to vote - including Debbie Graner and Tayna Fogle telling their stories. You can view the online event live here.

Voter Registration Training Webinar - July 23 at 7pm ET - We’ll learn how to register voters including people with felonies in their past and help people double check their voter registration leading up to the Oct 5th 2020 deadline.  We’ll emphasize tactics people can use during COVID-19 to do this work safely.  Sign up here.


Registering People with Felonies in their Past to Vote Webinar - August 4 at 7pm ET - 170,000 people with felonies in their past now have the right to vote in Kentucky.  The problem is that there’s been little state attempt to reach those people and let them know.  We’ll talk about how to walk people through the sometimes complicated process to figure out if they got their right to vote back, then register.  Sign up here.


Voting Rights Campaign Webinar - August 12 at 7pm ET -  Join the fight to restore the right to vote of people with felonies in their past.  Learn about the history of this campaign, where we are now and what you can do to make sure everyone with a felony in their past can vote. Sign up here.


Voting Rights Phonebank - August 13 at 7pm ET - We’ll be calling voters to talk about restoration of voting rights for people with felonies in their past and building support.  We’ll use a system called “CallHub” so you can use your phone and computer to call people and we’ll start with a group training.  Sign up here.


Voter Registration Training Webinar - Aug 27 at 7pm ET - We’ll learn how to register voters including people with felonies in their past and help people double check their voter registration leading up to the Oct 5th 2020 deadline.  We’ll emphasize tactics people can use during COVID-19 to do this work safely.  Sign up here.


Registering People with Felonies in their Past to Vote Webinar - Sept 1 at 7pm ET - 170,000 people with felonies in their past now have the right to vote in Kentucky.  The problem is that there’s been little state attempt to reach those people and let them know.  We’ll talk about how to walk people through the sometimes complicated process to figure out if they got their right to vote back, then register.Sign up here.

Voting Rights Phonebank - Sept 10 at 7pm ET - We’ll be calling voters to talk about restoration of voting rights for people with felonies in their past and building support.  We’ll use a system called “CallHub” so you can use your phone and computer to call people and we’ll start with a group training.  Sign up here.

 

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