LARRP Ad-Hoc Committee on Voter Engagement
In response to the February 13th Motion (MRT/SK) related to expanding voter engagement efforts among currently and formerly incarcerated populations; and following the tremendous success of the “Unlock the Vote” campaign to register and educate voters inside LA County jails; LARRP will support and enhance this critical county wide work by launching an Ad-Hoc Committee to expand voter engagement among LA County’s reentry population.
The Jails Project's Unlock the Vote (UTV) along with LARRP and other community partners are embarking on a campaign to reduce barriers to registration and voting for justice-involved and justice-impacted folks in Los Angeles County as well as Orange County.
A June mandatory training is required to be able to go inside the facilities. Click on the link below to view the training times and reserve your place.
1:00 PM – 4:30 PM PDT
National Commission for Voter Justice Southern California Regional
LARRP Co-Founder & Executive Director, Troy Vaughn, will be serving on a panel giving his testimony on barriers for the incarcerated and citizens who are returning home.
- To drastically increase voter registration and education efforts among LA County’s reentry population.
- To actively support the “Unlock the Vote” campaign inside LA County jails.
- To serve as a coordinating body for multiple CJ population voter engagement efforts among CBOs and County agencies.
- To serve as a voice and advocate for voter engagement resources from government and foundations.
Ad-Hoc Voter Engagement Committee
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM