Advocating for Voting Rights in Florida for People with Past Felony Convictions
For decades, civil rights advocates have been fighting to ensure that all Americans can exercise their right to vote. According to the ACLU, felony disenfranchisement, or the restriction of voting rights due to a felony, prevents approximately 5.85 million Americans from voting. Learn how McCourt alum
(MPM ‘19) joined the advocacy efforts in Florida to help restore voting rights to people with past felony convictions.