Can A Felon Vote In Minnesota?
Individuals convicted of a felony are ineligible to vote while in prison, on parole, or on probation. Voting rights are automatically restored upon completion of all supervised release.
Felon Voting Rights Minnesota
oting rights for felons are restored once the individual completes his prison sentence, parole or probation. A felon can re-register to vote once he has fully served his sentence, including parole, probation, or other requirements, such as restitution.
How Can A Felon in Minnesota Restore Their Voting Rights
As soon as a Minnesota felon is out of prison they can register to vote. You can register online or print forms for registration.
But first make sure you meet the voting requirements.
You are eligible to vote in Minnesota if you:
Are a U.S citizen
Are a resident of Minnesota
Are at least 18 years old by Election Day
Live in the precinct where you vote for at least 20 days prior to the election
Reside in Minnesota and the parish in which you want to vote
You are NOT eligible to vote in Minnesota if:
You have been legally declared “mentally incompetent” by a court
To register to vote in Minnesota you should provide one of the following:
Your Minnesota Driver’s License Number
Your Minnesota ID Number
If you do not have these IDs, you may provide:
The Last Four Digits of your Social Security Number
If you register to vote on Election Day you will need to provide one of the following:
Valid Tribal ID
A registered voter from the same precinct who will sign an oath confirming your address
Receipt for Driver’s License, Lerner’s permit or ID
Valid Student ID accompanied by on-campus housing listing that denotes US Citizenship
Valid Driver’s License except one issued to an individual that is not a United States citizen
A staff person from your residential facility who can confirm your address
If you do not have this form of ID(s), Minnesota will also accept:
Valid Tribal ID
Valid Student ID
Valid US Passport
Valid Military ID
Out of State Driver’s License or Non-driver ID
Together with one of the following:
Student Fee Statement
Bank, credit card, rent or mortgage statement dated within 30 days of the Election
Lease or rent agreement
Bill, account or start-of-service statement due or dated within 30 days of the election for Phone, TV, internet, solid waste, sewer electric gas or water
If you are registered voter in Minnesota, you do not need to show ID to vote.
More Resources For Felons In Minnesota
Where To Start – If you’re new to our site, then you should definitely checkout our Getting Started For Felons page that will give you the BEST help to dominate life in Minnesota as a felon. Click here to get started
Jobs For Felons – Looking for a job in Minnesota? We have what you need to find a job as a felon. Click here to find jobs for felons
Background Check – You can get a background check to see what your record currently shows about your felony. Click here to get a background check
Legal Representation – If you’re a felon in Minnesota and need legal representation to get a felony expunged or any other help from a lawyer then you can get a FREE consultation. Click here to get legal representation