Help us get out the vote!
In 2018, CCJRC had over 80 volunteers support our Voting with Conviction Campaign. CCJRC would like to thank all of our volunteers for their commitment to helping provide a meaningful way for people with criminal records to register to vote and vote.
Volunteers were instrumental in encouraging nearly 900 justice involved people to vote through voter registration efforts in the Denver jails, probation, RMOMS, door to door canvassing, and phone banking.
CCJRC staff, volunteers, and canvassers knocked on 5,346 doors for the Aurora municipal election to talk with voters, and we specifically focused on the African American community. We also spoke with approximately 1,800 CCJRC members to encourage them to get-out-to-vote. Through these efforts, volunteers from community demonstrated how the strength and commitment to democracy works for all people.
To volunteer with CCJRC, sign up to get involved with our future Voting with Conviction activities! Volunteers like you help strengthen Colorado’s voting system and our democracy.
Tools for Civic Engagement
CCJRC provides free trainings to election officials, GOTV efforts, Voter Registration Drives, community organizations, and our members on the nuances of voting eligibility for people with criminal histories. Building political power together requires participation. We don’t care if you like politics or politicians but we do care that you Use Your Voice—Register to Vote & Vote! We can provide free trainings and copies of our educational materials. Contact us at (303) 825-0122 or email Jasmine Ross, Civic Engagement Coordinator.
Educational Materials for Voter Registration Drives
- Can I Vote? Flyer [PDF]
- Tips for Voter Registration Drives [PDF]
- Can I Vote? postcard (front/back) [PDF]
- Can I Vote? Training PowerPoint [PPTx]
- Can I Vote? poster [PDF]
Contact us to learn more about volunteer opportunities and how to get involved.