If I have been convicted of a crime, can I register to vote?

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Source: CBS SF Bay Area

If I have been convicted of a crime, can I register to vote?

It depends. You can register to vote if:

  • You have completed your prison term for a felony conviction
  • Or you have been released from parole for a felony conviction
  • Or you are on federal or state probation
  • Or you are incarcerated in county jail either awaiting trial or serving a sentence for a misdemeanor offense.