Can Felons Vote in Texas? Sometimes

It’s generally believed that felons can’t vote. But that’s not always true. We looked into the law in Texas to determine when felons are eligible to cast ballots.Can felons vote?Sometimes.In Texas, a resident with a final conviction for a felony cannot register to vote.But felons who complete their punishment — a prison sentence, parole, probation or a pardon —are eligible to register. They can't just show up at the polls, though. They must re-register.  Continue reading...

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