Voting Access For All

Voting Is Your Right!

Your vote. Your voice. Don't be silenced.

Hear Our Stories!

We invite you to watch this video with the strong, empowered voices of women and men whose right to vote was denied through incarceration.

Our Mission

It is the mission of the Voting Access for All Coalition to ensure that all persons in pretrial situations, individuals about to be released from prison, and those formerly incarcerated, along with their families and community members, have the opportunity and knowledge they need to exercise their right to vote in every election.

You Can Vote If You Have a Felony

A person who has been released from jail or prison can vote!

People on probation, parole, and tether can vote!

People in jail awaiting arraignment or trial can vote!

Only people who have been convicted and are currently incarcerated in a prison or jail cannot vote—until they are released.

Our Collaborating organizations share a collective commitment to Voting and hearing ALL voices in our state:

A Brighter Way

AFSC—Michigan Criminal Justice Program

Friends of Restorative Justice

Humanity for Prisoners

League of Women Voters of Michigan

MI-CEMI (Michigan Collaboration to End Mass Incarceration)


Nation Outside

Safe and Just Michigan

State Appellate Defender Office

UUtheVote (First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor)

Washtenaw Co Clerk’s Office

Washtenaw Co Sheriff’s Dept

Join Our Coalition!

Help us make sure voting is accessible.