Senate Bill 137

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Last Action 02/02/21: to Committee on Committees (S)
Title AN ACT proposing an amendment to Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to persons entitled to vote.
Bill Documents Introduced
Fiscal Impact Statement Local Mandate
Bill Request Number 1617
Sponsor G. Neal
Summary of Original Version Propose to amend Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky to allow persons convicted of a felony, other than serious felonies designated by the General Assembly, the right to vote, and to further amend the constitution by replacing the language that prohibits idiots and insane persons from voting with contemporary language; ballot language included; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection.
Index Headings of Original Version Constitution, Ky. - Persons prohibited from voting, amendment proposal
Local Mandate - Ballot access, persons prohibited from voting, constitutional amendment proposal
Elections and Voting - Persons prohibited from voting, contemporary language, constitutional amendment proposal
Mental Disability - Proposed constitutional amendment, persons prohibited from voting, contemporary language
Mental Health - Persons prohibited from voting, contemporary language, constitutional amendment proposal
Secretary of State - Persons prohibited from voting, contemporary language, constitutional amendment proposal
State Agencies - State Board of Elections, persons prohibited from voting, constitutional amendment proposal
Civil Rights - Restoration of voting rights for certain felonies, constitutional amendment proposal
County Clerks - Ballot access, persons prohibited from voting, constitutional amendment proposal
Crimes and Punishments - Restoration of voting rights for certain felonies, constitutional amendment proposal

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02/02/21
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  • to Committee on Committees (S)


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