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Prop 17: Should CA Residents On Parole Be Allowed To Vote?

Larry Mantle (AirTalk®) interviews Brittany Stonsifer (ACLU of California and the Yes On Prop 17 campaign) about Proposition 17. 

Advocates Say Vote YES On Prop. 16 And Prop. 17 To Support Black Lives

At a rally Friday outside San Francisco City Hall, community leaders urged the public to vote YES this November on two state propositions that would support black lives. 

California Proposition 17: Voting Eligibility For People On Parole

Proposition 17 would let people who are on parole for felony convictions vote — that’s more than 50,000 people.

Californians to vote on restoring voting rights of parolees

Californians will vote in November on whether to restore voting rights to people who are released from prison during parole.

California Moves One Step Closer to Granting Parolees Right to Vote

Assemblymember  Kevin McCarty’s (D-Sacramento) Assembly Constitutional Amendment 6 (ACA 6) passed out of the  California State  Senate last week.

California Voters Will Have the Chance to Restore Voting Rights to Tens of Thousands

The legislature has approved a referendum on whether people on parole can vote.

Initiative to restore voting rights to Californians on parole heads to November ballot

Voters will decide this November whether to restore voting rights for Californians on parole after state lawmakers approved a proposal Wednesday to place that question on the ballot.

California’s black lawmakers urge support for bills to address systemic inequality

As protests over the death of George Floyd continued across the state, black lawmakers gathered Tuesday at the state Capitol to urge the passage of legislation that would address affirmative action, voting rights and begin a process to consider reparations in California for the institution of slavery.