Based on the Alabama Constitution, people who commit "crimes of moral turpitude" lose their right to vote. Some may be eligible to restore their voting rights. ACLU of Alabama, Legal Services Alabama, and The Ordinary Peoples Society are teaming up to provide clinics across the state to help people who have felony convictions navigate this process in order to restore their voting rights.
Upcoming Clinic Dates
If you are interested in volunteering at one of the clinics or have a clinic date you would like added to our list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is voting rights restoration and who needs it?
- What crimes are on the list of crimes of moral turpitude?
- How do I apply to restore my voting rights?
- Are there any upcoming clinics in my area?
- What are my rights when I vote?
We have also created resources to help people and organizations that are interested in assisting with voting rights restoration.
- Handout: Guidelines for Alabama Voters Convicted of Crimes [PDF]
- Postcard: Know Your Rights Voting Restoration [PDF]
- Social Media Graphics: How To Restore Your Voting Rights - Step 1, Step 2, Step 3, Step 4 [PNG]
Page last revised: May 1, 2018