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This November, a new class of voters in D.C. will be able to cast ballots in elections. Under current law, residents serving sentences in the D.C. Jail are entitled to vote while in custody, and felons have their voting rights restored upon being released from prison. But incarcerated felons have been unable to vote since 1955, when Congress imposed a local prohibition. The right to vote is a part of being an active and engaged citizen. Join us in a virtual discussion about restoring the rights of ALL.

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Voting is the foundation stone for political action."

– Martin Luther King, Jr.