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Can a Felon Vote in Idaho?

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The law in Idaho gives felons the automatic right to vote as soon as they complete their incarceration. Therefore, voting rights are restored upon a felon’s release from prison and after he has completed the requirements of his parole or probation.


Felon Voting Law in Idaho

According to Idaho’s constitution, or Article VI, Section 3, “No person is permitted to vote, serve as a juror, or hold any civil office who has, at any place, been convicted of a felony, . . . who has not been restored to the rights of citizenship. . . .”

The law, according to state Code 18-310 (2) adds, “Upon final discharge, a person convicted of [a] . . . felony shall be restored the full rights of citizenship, except [in the cases] . . . of treason or for people who commit certain crimes, the right to own . . . a firearm is not restored.” The term, “final discharge” refers to the satisfactory completion of a prison term as well as probation and parole, whichever the case may be. You can obtain more information or supporting details by clicking on this link.

How a Felon in Idaho Can Restore Their Voting Rights

In Idaho, you must be a citizen of the U.S., at least 18 years old and be a resident for a month prior to an election date. Applicants can print and mail in the registration form or make registration in person at his county clerk’s office. A first-time voter needs to include a copy of some type of identification for proof of residence. Acceptable forms of ID include –

· Bank statement

· Utility bill

· Current photo ID

· Paycheck stub

· Government check

· Any other type of governmental document that shows a voter’s name and address

Felons can register early or on the same day of voting. They can also cast absentee ballots. However, they, along with other Idahoans, are not allowed to register to vote online. Obtain further details by clicking on this link.

Other Resources For Felons in Idaho

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Jobs For Felons: If you’re a felon looking for a job in Idaho, we have all of the resources you need including job listings by city, companies that hire felons, and our own job board. Click Here to learn more.


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