If you are an Alabama citizen with a felony conviction, this post will help you determine if you lost your right to vote, and if so, if and how your voting rights can be restored. Not everyone with a felony conviction has lost his or her right to vote, so the first question is whether your conviction is disqualifying. If you have lost your right to vote due to a felony conviction, in many cases it can be restored through a simple process. This post will give you the tools you need to register to vote or to restore your voting rights. To begin, click here, or if you would like direct assistance, please email Blair Bowie at BBowie@campaignlegalcenter.org or call 202-736-2201. You can also click here to learn more about the Alabama felony disenfranchisement law. First, click here to find out if you have lost your right to vote as a result of your felony conviction.
Disclaimer: This toolkit is not an offer of legal services or legal advice. The website serves to provide information to make rights restoration accessible for Alabama citizens with felony convictions. We do not guarantee that by following these steps that your voting rights will be restored; that power ultimately rests with the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. The information only applies to rights restoration for Alabama citizens; other states have different laws.
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