In a significant stride towards a more inclusive voting process, Washington State has just rolled out a progressive reform. Now, if you’ve wrapped up your custody sentence – be it in prison or jail – and you happen to have a felony conviction on your record, here’s your green light. You’re eligible to register and exercise your right to vote. Spread the word far and wide to all those impacted by this transformative change. It’s time for every voice, past notwithstanding, to play a role in shaping the future of our democracy. So, if you’re a Washingtonian with a felony conviction and currently not behind bars, make your mark on those ballots. Let’s amplify the impact of this reform!