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IF YOU HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF A CRIME, YOU STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE
You are Eligible to vote in Ohio:
- If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE, even if you are incarcerated.
- If you have been arrested for a felony, BUT HAVE NOT BEEN CONVICTED, you Still have the right to vote.
- If you have been convicted of a felony, you may not vote while incarcerated but once you are Released from prison or jail, YOU MUST RE-REGISTER TO VOTE, EVEN IF YOU WERE PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED. You have the right to vote.
- If you live in a halfway house, on parole, probation, house arrest or any other sort of correctional control, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE.
- If you are a citizen of the United States;
- If you will be 18 on or before the day of the election in which you plan to vote;
- If you have been a resident of Ohio for at least 30 days immediately before the election for which you are registering;
- If you have not been declared incompetent to vote by a probate court;
- If you are not CURRENTLY INCARCERATED FOR A FELONY IN ANY STATE;
- If you have not permanently lost your voting rights due to violation of election laws;
- If you are registered voter.