ENDING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PEOPLE WITH CONVICTIONS

FRRC launches FREE THE VOTE bus tour to empower returning citizens during Second Chance Month.

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The FRRC Bus is on the move!

Coronavirus Updates

FRRC is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its impact on our community. The safety of our staff, supporters, volunteers, and our returning citizen family is our top priority. Monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health for the most reliable and up-to-date information.

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Help returning citizens pay fines & fees

We’ve helped hundreds of returning citizens pay their fines/fees so they could register to vote. Help restore someone’s voice with a tax-deductible contribution.

Need help with fines and fees?

If you have a past conviction in Florida and want to register to vote, but still owe fines and fees as part of your sentence, FRRC is working to remove those financial barriers all across the state.

WHAT WE DO

We are a grassroots, membership organization run by returning citizens who are dedicated to ending the disenfranchisement and discrimination against people with convictions.

FRRC IN ACTION

Check out the latest from FRRC by watching our videos!

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.

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Increase In Number of Women Incarcerated Since 1980

Returning Citizens in the US That Cannot Vote

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Adult Population in FL with a Felony Conviction

Floridians are Disenfranchised