Tag Archives: voting 2016

CA Felon Voting Rights May Soon Change

Voting rights for some convicted felons in California could soon change – possibly. Currently in California, the law only allows convicted felons to vote only when they have been released from jail and completed parole; their voting rights are automatically restored upon completion. But now there’s a new bill (AB2466) that petitions to give felons […]

If I’m In Prison, Or Just Getting Out Of It, Can I Vote?

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As you might guess, being incarcerated removes many rights of a person, including voting. But actually, each state sets its own standards on whether prisoners may vote. And if they cannot vote while in prison, they also set its own standards on when they regain the right to vote when they are released from prison, […]

California Voting Rights for Felons

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As you know, this is a Presidential Election year and recently,you have had a run-in with the law. Voting is a right. Is it still your right if you are in jail, on probation, or on parole? Find out here. Question: My partner is currently serving time in prison, and will still be there during […]