LARRP Voting Guide March 3, 2020
This month Californians can finally weigh in on a significant way on the presidential Primary Process with our March 3rd Primary! But the Democratic presidential primary is by no means the only important thing on the ballot! Below we will highlight a few of the other important races!
until Mar. 3
Yes on R
It is easy to get lost among the weeds of propositions and ballot measures, judges, Scool Boards and Supervisors, and yet all of these measures and positions have a daily impact on our lives. Here are a few guides:
Unlock the Vote Campaign:
Request for Volunteers
Voter Eligibility Cheat Sheet
Yes You Can Vote:
- Out on bail
- In jail awaiting trial or sentencing
- In jail on AB109 felony
- All misdemeanors
- On Probation (incl supervised release)
No You Cannot Vote:
- In prison
- On Parole
- In jail on parole violation
- In jail awaiting transfer to prison
- If deemed mentally incompetent to stand trial
REPORT - Full Human Beings: An argument for incarcerated voter enfranchisement
This report by The People's Policy Project argues that all US states should allow incarcerated people to vote, something that only Maine and Vermont currently permit.
LARRP Ad-Hoc Committee on Voter Engagement
- 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.
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.