We are here to educate you on your rights as a formerly incarcerated people.
You are eligible to vote if you are not currently serving a term for a criminal conviction.
Voting rights are unaffected by offenses at all.
You can register to vote and exercise your right to vote after serving your sentence for a crime.
As long as your conditional discharge or first offender status hasn't been revoked, you are eligible to vote while serving a sentence for a crime.
You may vote as soon as you finish probation. According to the Georgia Secretary of State, all penalties for people who are on probation are immediately annulled when you finish probation. You can still vote after your term is finished, regardless of whether you still owe restitution or other penalties.
If you have questions about your eligibility to vote, contact us at email@example.com