Free Pardon Applications

There are certain factors about your case that will determine if you are in possession of your right to vote. Below you will find a detailed description of these factors for voting rights in New York.

In New York, if you are convicted of a felony but you were not sentenced to prison, you do not lose your right to vote.

You lose your right to vote if you were sentenced to prison for the felony conviction. If this is the case, you will need to restore your voting rights through a pardon from the Governor.

To access more information on how to apply for a pardon, visit Pardon411.com today.

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