If I am incarcerated, under court supervision, or residing at a halfway house; can I still vote?
The DC Board of Elections is committed to empowering all eligible voters, including those with criminal records, to exercise their right to vote. If you are incarcerated, regardless of the offense, you are able to vote. If you are under court supervision or residing at a halfway house after release, you are able to vote.
If you would like the Board of Elections to hold a registration event at your residence or facility, please email [email protected] for more information.
What address should I use when I am registering to vote?
I’ve just been released from Incarceration, what should I do to make sure my voting rights are intact?
What if I requested an Absentee Ballot to vote while incarcerated, but I was released before it arrived?