2020 Voter Guide


We Made History!

The FRRC passed Amendment 4, which restored voting rights to over 1.4 million Returning Citizens (people with past convictions). Right now, if you are impacted like us, and have completed all terms of your sentence, we encourage you to register to vote and regain your voice.

Questions About Your Voting Eligibility?

If you have a past conviction, Amendment 4 gives you the right to vote as long as:

  • you have completed all terms of your sentence including parole and probation, and paid any restitution as specifically ordered by a judge.
  • you do not have a conviction for murder or a felony sexual offense.

If you meet the above conditions, you can register to vote!

What You’ll See

The eligibility section on the Florida voter registration application asks you to affirm that you either do not have a felony conviction, or that your right to vote has been restored. If you meet the conditions above, Amendment 4 has restored your right to vote, so you can check Yes for that question as pictured below:

Do You Need Assistance With Fines & Fees?

Need To Check The Status of Your Voting Rights?

FRRC In Action

Check out these videos to learn more about how Amendment 4 gives returning citizens a voice!