Roughly 175,000 Kentuckians with a past felony conviction are eligible to vote! Reclaim your right to vote and make your voice heard.
See if your voting rights were restored
Restoration happens automatically, but you must still register to vote if your rights were restored. In 2019, Governor Beshear signed an executive order restoring rights to people with some past felony convictions who have completed their full sentence, probation, and parole OR who are on probation/parole only because of unpaid fines or restitution.
Open the menus below to learn more and get ready to vote. Learn more about registering to vote and how to cast your ballot in our Voter Information Center here.
Help spread the word! Volunteer to share this important information with justice-involved Kentuckians across the commonwealth (select "Voting Rights Campaign" in the list of interests).