Voting Access for All Coalition

Empowering ALL Michigan Voters: Voting Is Your Right!

Yes, You Can Vote in Michigan!

EVEN IF …

  • You have a felony record.
  • You are on probation, parole, or tether.
  • You are awaiting arraignment, trial, or sentencing, regardless of your incarceration status.
  • Your housing is unstable.
  • You have a disability.
  • You do not have a Michigan ID.

VAAC Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteer Now!Educate voters. Hang posters in your community. Find a team that suits your interest and talents.

In Memory of Two of Our Founding Leaders

Danny Jones and Earl Burton standing next to a VAAC banner
Danny Jones (left) and Earl Burton (right) at our 2022 Anniversary Picnic.

We mourn the passing of our beloved leaders, Danny Jones and Earl Burton. We are grateful for all that they accomplished for those impacted by the criminal legal system. VAAC was built upon their vision and commitment to make a kinder, more just world. We cannot overstate what these giants meant to our VAAC family. Their light will live in our hearts as we continue to serve the community as they envisioned.

Learn more about their lives and work.

Latest News

  • Do you know how Michigan’s new election laws may impact you?

    Do you know how Michigan’s new election laws may impact you?

    Thanks to the passage of Proposal 2 in 2022 and new election laws in 2023, Michiganders have new voting rights. Join us to learn about the new laws! Wednesday, May…

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  • Public Safety Roundtable, a community webinar with Rep. Stephanie Young

    Public Safety Roundtable, a community webinar with Rep. Stephanie Young

    June 3, 2024 • Public Safety Roundtable, a community webinar. Plan on joining State Rep. Stephanie Young and special guests on Monday, June 3, from 5-6:30 p.m. via Zoom. Please click the…

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  • Most incarcerated people will return home; the Census Bureau should count them there

    Most incarcerated people will return home; the Census Bureau should count them there

    Using an incarcerated person’s last known home address when redistricting gives the most accurate picture of where they reside. by Aleks Kajstura, May 14, 2024 from the Prison Policy Initiative…

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