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Can a Felon Vote in Hawaii?

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The law in Hawaii allows felons the automatic right to vote as soon as they complete their prison sentence. Voting rights are restored upon a felon’s release from prison. People who are on probation or parole in the state are able to vote. You can cross-reference this information by clicking on this link.

Felon Voting Law in Hawaii

According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) website, felons convicted of crime in federal or state courts cannot vote while they are incarcerated. Anyone convicted of a misdemeanor, however, can exert their right to vote. However, he or she must cast an absentee ballot.

Once a felon is released from incarceration, he has the right to vote automatically. However, he cannot exert his right until he registers or re-registers to vote. Pre-trial detainees who are incarcerated can vote, but, like people held for a misdemeanor crimes, must cast their vote by absentee ballot. Read more about this requirement by clicking on the link for the ACLU site.

How a Felon in Hawaii Can Restore Their Voting Rights

According to the ACLU website, you need to know your exact rights in order to effect restoration of the right to vote. For example, if a poll worker does not allow you to vote, ask to speak to the precinct chair or voting official. You can visit the Office of Elections site for the state at the following link to conveniently register as well. When you finally vote, you do not have to include any special paperwork. If you don’t have identification, including photo ID, you just need to provide your residence address and date of birth. This information will be used to corroborate the details in the electoral poll book.

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