Support the Restoration of Voting Rights in Maryland
We must put an end to the practice of stripping people of their voting rights when they have been convicted of a felony offense. Voting is an inherent right that should never be taken away. Over 20,000 people in Maryland are still disenfranchised because of their felony convictions. The fight to restore voting rights is not over until all people have their voting rights restored. Support efforts to Restore the Vote in Maryland.
To learn more about these harmful laws and national movement to restore the vote, read Common Cause's latest report Zero Disenfranchisement: The Movement to Restore Voting Rights