Can I vote if I’m a convicted felon?

January 5th 2018

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard, “I can’t vote. I’m a convicted felon.” Is that true? No!!!
While voter registration rules vary from state to state, in California, you can vote after a felony conviction. You just have to finish serving your prison or jail sentence and be off of parole. Even probation is okay.
As long as you have done your time and are off of parole, register to vote here.
Have a happy new year. Vote well!


The opinions and information in this blog are not intended to be legal advice, and are not a substitute for obtaining advice from a qualified attorney about your particular matter.


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