Vote Yes on Amendment 4 to return the eligibility to vote to Floridians who have made past mistakes, served their time, and paid their full debt to society.
Nearly 1.4 million people in Florida are permanently excluded from voting because of a prior felony conviction. Florida is one of only four states with a lifetime ban on voting.
"Through the hard work of Florida voters and unwavering dedication of a truly grassroots movement, we have reached a historic milestone and have officially placed the Amendment 4, the Voting Restoration Amendment, on the ballot..."Read More
"I can’t imagine if I made a mistake and paid my dues that I would lose that privilege and ability to vote. I’m still a citizen and so are they. Our ability to vote is our ability to speak in a democratic society."Read More
“People believe in forgiveness, redemption, restoration and, ultimately, second chances. It is why voters from all corners of the state and all walks of life..."Read More
Sheriff McNeil's Story.
“Restoring a person’s eligibility to vote gives them an opportunity for redemption and a chance to be full members of their community..."Read More
"The ability to vote…reduces recidivism and makes it much more likely that returning citizens will become productive members of society and contribute to this country that we all know and love."Read More
"Our men and women in uniform come back from the battlefield and the number-one priority is making home feel like home again."Read More
Pastor Daniels' Story.
“We all, in some sense have a need to be redeemed. The premise of what we teach is forgiveness.”Read More
"Having access to voting, the ability to vote, is fundamental to being an American and a Floridian."Read More
"Any American who has served his time should be able to vote, and especially veterans who have served their country. Everyone deserves a second chance."Read More