Incarcerated felons voting in Ohio
Incarcerated felons voting in Ohio is the recognition of incarcerated residents of a state who are currently convicted of a felony and are currently on the states voting rolls. The following information is presented by data obtained by the Ohio Department of Corrections and the governing body of elections in a particular state known as the Ohio Secretary of State. Voting laws in Ohio make it illegal for an incarcerated felon to vote. Felons are automatically restored their civil rights after they serve prison time.
NOTE:These are not complete lists and information as best as we can get from the Ohio Department of Corrections. If you suspect of any felon that is illegally voting or know if someone you know may have their rights restored as a felon for voting, please contact your local elections offical, the Ohio Department of Corrections, or the Ohio Secretary of State's Office.
Ohio incarcerated felon registration statistics
|Year||Total State Wide Registered Voters||Total Incarcerated Felons Registered||Percent of Total Vote||Top Felon Voting Municipalities|
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