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  • New Restoration of Rights Procedure from Gov. McAuliffe

    New Restoration of Rights Procedure from Gov. McAuliffe

    On August 22, 2016 Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced new plans for restoration of rights for returning citizens after the Virgin

  • Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Virginia

    Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Virginia

    Virginia is one of four states whose constitution permanently disenfranchises citizens with past felony convictions, but gran

  • Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to 200,000 Citizens

    Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to 200,000 Citizens

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) announced an executive action today that will restore voting rights to approximately 200,00

2018 Election

On August 22, 2016 Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced new plans for restoration of rights for returning citizens after the Virginia Supreme Court overturned his Executive Order of April 22nd.

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Virginia election officials have set a deadline of Aug. 8 to cancel voting rights of felons who had registered under mass gubernatorial orders that were overturned a week ago by the Supreme Court of Virginia.

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THE VIRGINIA SUPREME Court sided this month with Republican lawmakers and upheld felony disenfranchisement laws, delivering a devastating blow to Virginia’s democratic process and to more than 200,000 potential voters who have earned the right to participate in the electoral process.

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Virginia is one of four states whose constitution permanently disenfranchises citizens with past felony convictions, but grants the state’s governor the authority to restore voting rights. This April, Gov. Terry McAuliffe used that authority to re-enfranchise over 200,000 Virginians. This executive order is now the subject of two lawsuits, one of which is pending before the state’s Supreme Court.

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We Need Church Locations

Does your church have a community room that is available on Saturday from 9am til Noon or 10am til 1pm? If so we would like to use it as a registration site. Contact info@virgniaregister2vote.org with church name and location. Our initial locations will be in Richmond and then we will expand statewide.

We Need Registration Assistants

We are seeking 50 Voter Registration Assistants for the Metro Richmond area. This is a part-time position every Saturday from 9am til Noon or 10am til 1pm. Click here for details.

Online Registration Training

Voter Registration Application Request and Affidavit – To be completed after training.