Voting Rights

In California, you retain the right to vote with a felony conviction if:
    • you are on probation;
    • you have completed your parole; or
    • you are sentenced to serve time in jail.

The ONLY time a felony conviction impacts your right to vote in California is if you are currently:
    • in state prison; or
    • on parole.
If you were convicted of a crime in another state or for a federal crime, you maintain the right to vote in California AS LONG AS you are a California resident and are not in prison or on parole in California.

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