Voter Empowerment resources

Register to Vote Sign 2019 Primary

Register to Vote Sign 2019 Primary

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voting Rights Factsheet 2019

Voting Rights Factsheet used in the 2019 General Assembly

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voting Rights Presentation (Powerpoint)

Introduction to the Voting Rights issue and strategy for events, etc.

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voting Rights Webinar Video 1-28-19

Good introduction to the Voting Rights issue from a lively webinar with 45 participants register and good discussion.

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voting Rights Petition 2019

Petition for broad public circulation in favor of voting rights for people with felonies in their past.

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Vote Sign 2016

2016 Register to Vote sign

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voting Rights Powerpoint!

This powerpoint presentation was used for a "Power Up!" webinar on our work to restore voting rights for former felons, an overview of the history of voting rights in Kentucky, and some information regarding the potential impact of more stringent voter id laws.

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Background Information about Voter Identification Laws in Kentucky and beyond

This document contains information about the current voter identification law in Kentucky, the impacts that proposed changes to the law may have on Kentuckians, KFTC's position on voter identification, and other resources.

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Zombie Handbill 2012

Zombie Handbill 2012

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Nuts and Bolts of Voter Registration

Here is a short "Nuts and Bolts of Voter Registration" information sheet to quickly guide you through how to register voters in Kentucky.  If you are organizing a voter registration drive, this is a helpful tool to bring with you to answer many of the questions that may come up! 

Source/Author: Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

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