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In 2019, SB2090 was successfully passed, ensuring eligible voters in jail have access to the ballot. Now IL is going even further, pushing to restore the right to vote to people in prison. 80% of women in Illinois prisons are mothers. The families of those in prison are impacted by decisions made by elected officials. People in prison should be able to influence the electoral process. Help us enfranchise over 30,000 people with SB828.


Indivisible Illinois is a part of the coalition of 80 groups with Chicago Votes advocating for a more just Illinois by passing Voting in Prison. Read Sun Times here.


Use this tool and ask your lawmakers to support Voting in Prison now!

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