Iowans With Felony Convictions Reflect On The Value Of Voting Ahead Of Election Day
On August 5th, Governor Reynolds signed an executive order automatically restoring the right to vote to tens of thousands of Iowans convicted of felonies. On this episode of River to River, host Ben Kieffer talks policy and politics with two Iowans with felony convictions who will be able to vote for the first time in years this November.
Daniel Zeno, policy and advocacy director for the ACLU of Iowa also joins the program to offer a guide on voting for Iowans with felony convictions interested in casting a vote on or before Election Day.
- Eric Harris, Iowa City voter
- Jamie Auchenbaugh, Council Bluffs voter
- Daniel Zeno, policy and advocacy director, ACLU of Iowa