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Voting after conviction for a crime

If you have been convicted of a crime and wish to register to vote, there are several steps you need to take.

Step 1 -- Felony or misdemeanor?

Step 2 -- Who is barred from voting?

Step 3 -- Obtaining a certificate allowing voter registration

Step 4 -- Contacting the Pardons and Paroles Board

This entry was posted by Edward at 11:50 AM, 17 September 2006 | Categories: Voters

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