Can Felons Vote in Alaska
Below you will find information on voting rights for felons in Alaska. Where possible we have tried to simplify the answer as much as possible for you and give you the most direct answer of whether felons can vote in Alaska.
You will also find links to Alaska state operated websites for additional information, and links to information on restoring your right to vote in Alaska.
- If you have been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude or are on probation (parole) for the same crime, you are not eligible to register to vote.
- If you are no longer serving a sentence and have been unconditionally discharged from the supervision of the Department of Corrections, you can register in Alaska by completing a Voter Registration Application.
- The Division of Elections must receive proof of your unconditional discharge from the supervising entity. If you do not have a letter or discharge papers, please contact your probation or parole office to obtain one and submit it with your Voter Registration Application.
- Alaska Voter Registration: http://www.elections.alaska.gov/
- Alaska Pardons: http://www.correct.state.ak.us/parole-board
- Alaska Clemency Eligibility Form:http://www.correct.state.ak.us/Parole/documents/Clemency%20Eligibility%20Determination%20Form.pdf