The Washington Economics Group will announce the findings of an economic study, which affirms that restoring the eligibility to vote for Floridians who have made past mistakes would result in positive economic impacts to Florida taxpayers. Dr. J. Antonio Villamil of The Washington Economics Group, who authored the study, will be available to media to announce the major impacts:
WHO: Dr. J. Antonio Villamil, Senior Advisor, The Washington Economics Group
Jackie Lee, Campaign Manager, Second Chances Campaign
WHEN: Thursday, May 17th at 10:00AM
WHERE: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the call-in information
Amendment 4 restores the eligibility to vote of Floridians with felony convictions only after they complete all terms of their sentence and pay their full debt to society – including parole, probation, and restitution, if imposed by a judge. Those convicted of murder or felony sexual offenses will not be eligible under Amendment 4.
To learn more about the Second Chances Campaign, please visit SecondChancesFL.org.