Speakers: Chris Martin, Public Defender, Community Law Office Experience in East, Middle, & West Tennessee and
Joy Radice, Associate Professor of Law & Director of Clinical Programs The University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Law
- Listen to stories about people seeking to in restoring their voting rights.
- Ask questions-receive answers from highly experienced attorneys.
- Learn more about Voter Restoration Laws for Tennesseans with felony
The League of Women Voters of Tennessee is a non-partisan volunteer organization that
encourages informed and active participation of individuals in government. We also advocate
for public policies that promote civic engagement. As part of our commitment to making sure
that all eligible citizens have the right to vote, we are beginning a state-wide initiative focused
on restoration of voting rights.