Formerly Incarcerated Voters Marginalized in Maryland

OFJ Executive Director Nicole Hanson-Mundell pens an opinion piece speaking to the marginalization of Maryland formerly and currently incarcerated citizens as it relates to voting and more...

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OFJ leads Behind the Walls voting efforts in Maryland

Check out the latest efforts of Out for Justice as it relates to ensuring that those currently and formerly incarcerated are afforded the same opporutnities as every other voter to both register to vote and request their mail-in ballots, recognized by the Washington Informer's William Ford.

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Advocates push to expand the ballot to those behind the walls

Organizations such as Out for Justice, push the Board of Elections to produce an annual audit of the number of citizens incarcerated but still eligible to vote that they registered to vote or allowed to submit their ballot during an election.

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