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Marsy’s Law Plans to Build on 2018 Successes in Pennsylvania

The commonwealth is one of only nine states without victims’ rights embedded in constitution

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Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida Approved by Florida Voters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 6, 2018

 

CONTACT:

Jennifer Fennell, CoreMessage

(850) 222-3767, [email protected]

 

 

Amendment 6/Marsy’s Law for Florida Approved by Florida Voters

~Historic vote enshrines new, specific crime victims’ rights in state constitution~

 

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State Question 794 Passes Overwhelmingly

For Immediate Release

Nov. 6, 2018

Media Contact: Alex Weintz; [email protected] or (405) 518-5135

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Marsy's Law at the State Capitol

During the week following the 2018 midterm elections, the Marsy’s Law for Pennsylvania field team descended upon the state Capitol to educate legislators on Marsy’s Law for PA.

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Nationwide Victories for Crime Victims

It's hard to believe that the midterm elections were only one week ago! With all of this election coverage, the Marsy's Law for Wisconsin team wanted to be sure that our grassroots supporters heard the news about Marsy's Law's impressive nationwide victories: six states voted to enshrine the rights of crime victims in their state constitutions alongside those of defendants. Voters in Oklahoma, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia overwhelmingly approved ballot measures in all six states to secure and increase victims’ rights.

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Kentucky Voters Overwhelmingly Support Adding Marsy's Law to State Constitution

 

MEDIA CONTACT:
Kalli Plump
952-454-3954
Ka[email protected]

KENTUCKY VOTERS OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORT ADDING MARSY’S LAW TO STATE CONSTITUTION
Voters clearly endorse equal rights for crime victims
 

Louisville, Ky. (November 6, 2018) – Kentucky voters spoke loud and clear on Election Day declaring their strong support for adding Marsy’s Law to the state’s constitution. After a three-year educational campaign, voters overwhelmingly agreed that victims should be afforded rights equal to those already provided to the accused and convicted