restoration of rights

  If you have lost your right to vote, serve on a jury, become a notary public or run for public office do to a felony conviction -start the process for restoration of rights. Check your eligibility below and submit a request to have your civil rights processed through the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office. […]

If you have paid your debt to society you should be fully restored to vote, serve on a jury, run for public office or become a notary public. My teams, Rolling For Freedom-R4F and Project Give Back To Community are stakeholders for the Restoration of Rights Department in the Office of the Secretary of the […]

I can’t stress it enough that your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is a “yes” vote for the candidate you don’t want to hold public office. Don’t allow candidates running for city, state, or federal office make decisions over your life without your involvement in the […]

I can’t stress it enough that your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is a “yes” vote for the candidate you don’t want to hold public office. Don’t allow candidates running for city, state, or federal office make decisions over your life without your involvement in the […]

Your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is always a “yes” vote for the candidate you don’t want to hold public office or represent the people. Virginia has an election every year and voters are wanted! Local and state candidates are vying for votes. The Virginia Primary […]

Voting is never out of season in Virginia. Over 60% of voters went to the polls during midterm races of 2018 like it was the presidential race. The Virginia General Assembly Race is coming Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Seats are up for members in the House (100) and Senate (40). The Virginia General Assembly is […]

Voting is never out-of-season in Virginia. Over 60% of registered voters went to the polls during the Midterm Congressional race of 2018 like it was the presidential race. Great job Virginia voters! All politics are local so register to vote or check your voter status here. Eligible individuals start the restoration of rights process here. […]

Miss Community Clovia ‘Keeps An On Eye on the G-A’ with lawmakers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on Radio One Richmond stations. Today, Lt. governor Ralph Northam, president of the Senate at the Virginia General Assembly was her guest. They discussed the constitutional amendment that is dear to her heart and that is the restoration […]

Re-Restore, Re-Register! Miss Community Clovia and Governor Terry McAuliffe talk about his efforts to defend the rights of citizens following non violent felon offenses and restoration of rights. Play audio here..   Miss Community gives a brief summary about the restoration of rights grants for nonviolent felons, their removal from the voter polls following a […]

This is Governor McAuliffe’s New Restoration of Rights Policy Miss Community Clovia and Secretary of the Commonwealth talk about Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Restoration of Rights policy. Play audio here…. The Virginia Supreme Court ruled on July 22, 2016 to revoke the restoration of rights and voter registration eligibility from individuals with felony convictions. Today, August […]

This is Governor McAuliffe’s New Restoration of Rights Policy Miss Community Clovia and Secretary of the Commonwealth talk about Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Restoration of Rights policy. Play audio here…. The Virginia Supreme Court ruled on July 22, 2016 to revoke the restoration of rights and voter registration eligibility from individuals with felony convictions. Today, August […]

This is Governor McAuliffe’s New Restoration of Rights Policy The Virginia Supreme Court ruled on July 22, 2016 to revoke the restoration of rights and voter registration eligibility from individuals with felony convictions. Today, August 22, 2016 Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that on August 15, that he approved the restoration of rights of nearly […]