restoration of rights

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 […]

Miss Community Clovia and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kelly Thomasson had a discussion about the next step for individuals wanting to get their rights restored to vote, run for public office, serve on a jury and become a notary. It’s simple call the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office to have your rights restored  at 804-692-0104. […]

Clovia Lawrence of Radio One Richmond was in attendance with Governor Terry McAuliffe for the announcement of the tweaks to the restoration of rights process…

  Governor Terry McAuliffe has done it by granted the rights of more felons than any other governor in Virginia’s history. The number of persons…

  In Virginia, offenders lose their right to vote, run or hold public office, serve on a jury, and serve as a notary public if…

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 the Richmond Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority INC and Virginia Union University will host National Voter Registration Day on the…

  Richmond, VA- Governor Terry R. McAuliffe released a statement on Wednesday that his administration in the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office has granted the…

I am Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence and truly honored to be a stakeholder for restoration of rights for ex-offenders under Governor Terry McAuliffe’s administration. Stakeholders from…

Are you eligible for automatic restoration of rights for a nonviolent felony offense? *Must have completed your sentence *Must have completed probation and parole *Must…