In Kansas, when people are convicted of a felony, they lose the ability to vote—this is called "felony disenfranchisement." What many people don't know is that once you've completed your sentence, you can vote. Democracy is the tool we use to hold those in power accountable. System-impacted Kansans have first-hand experience with our state's policies, and their voice is vital in our decision-making process. For many of us, voting after incarceration can be a true second chance. Seize the opportunity to empower your community! Join our impactful "Know Your Voting Rights" training for Kansans with felony convictions and receive resources from community leaders. Be a crucial part of shaping a future where every eligible voter is heard. RSVP now! Food will be provided.
Do you have a felony record? You May Be Eligible to Vote