Indiana Ex-Offender Voting Rights

Misdemeanor convictions in Indiana 

You lose the right to vote while incarcerated if you are convicted of a misdemeanor in Indiana. Otherwise, your voting rights are not permanently affected. Once released, you can register to vote as normal. 

Felony convictions in Indiana

You lose the right to vote while incarcerated if you are convicted of a felony. If you are on parole, probation, or have fully completed your sentence, you may register to vote and cast a ballot.

Next steps for restoring voting rights in Indiana

If your sentence is completed, you may register to vote and cast a ballot, even if you are on parole or probation.

 

Helpful U.S. Vote Foundation Resources

Click here for help with: 

  • Registering to vote

  • Requesting an absentee ballot

  • Requesting a mail-in ballot

Click here for help with finding your Election Official.