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Once off probation/parole, offenders in Kentucky can apply to have their Civil Rights restored. The only right not restored is the right to bear arms:

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Restoration of Civil Rights DOES NOT give a convicted felon the right to purchase, own or have in possession a firearm or other weapon.


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Update:

I received my certificate yesterday ...signed by the Governor and stamped with the official seal.

The process was painless and free. I filed for restoration of my rights in the middle of December, so it took a while.

The form is mailed to the DOC not the Governor; the address is on the form. The DOC mailed the certificate to me once it was signed by the Governor.

Along with the right to vote, I can run for office should I so desire. What I can't do is own firearms or serve on jury. Whoopty shit

Yes, I plan to register to vote, even though its too late for the upcoming elections.
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Hot diggity dog!!! I did register to vote and I CAN vote starting in the May primary because (*drum roll*) I'm a new voter--even though I've voted all my life minus the last couple of years and I'm not a spring chicken

Anywho, it was so freak'n awesome....the clerk looked up my social, picked up the phone and asked (I assume her supervisor) to take a look at (my social) and tell her if I could register to vote. I looked her in the eye and said: I can. The supervisor comes out, mentions my felony conviction and I whoop out my certificate signed by the Governor and stamped with KY's offical seal ( = singing Snoop Dog's Whoop Mutha F'a)

I CAN VOTE
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I am so sorry I missed this Patch. I remember reading the first post and I had thought that I had commented on it. Apparently, that was probably the post that "poof" into cyberspace. I hate it when I get a post all written and it just disappears.

Anywho, Congrats on getting your rights restored and get to vote. That was a big deal to hubby that he be able to vote and have his rights back.. He was really into politics. I think it took him quite a while to get his rights restored but was so happy when he got it.

Happy voting!
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I am so happy for you!! My dad lost his right to vote back in the 1970's and he always taught us kids how important it is to vote.

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Once off probation/parole, offenders in Kentucky can apply to have their Civil Rights restored. The only right not restored is the right to bear arms:



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I have them forms, I started this back when you had to write an essay, get 3 people to be a reference and other crap. The Governor going out just gave a bunch 140,000 people their rights back. I wish I would of been in that group. my ending date I don't know, I was convicted in Louisville, hell I don't know my last probation number. I went through drug court in 2000 and completed it. I had a prison number 84670 and 104214 in Ky. I can't answer any of those questions and probation and parole office told me they have no records that go back that far and couldn't help me. I want my rights back to vote and don't know what to do. They sent my app back because I didn't know dates, exact dates. I wonder what to do now?
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I'm kind of confused. You had 2 KY inmate numbers?

Have you tried an Open Record request to the courts where your convictions were to get copies of the case history? Details on crime, conviction dates are in those. Maybe also send one to DOC for info on dates.
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