Voting with a Criminal Record in North Carolina
For questions and concerns about felony disenfranchisement, email email@example.com or call 877- 880-VOTE (877-880-8683)
In September, a three-judge panel ruled that thousands of people on community supervision whose inability to pay fines and fees extended their probation and parole can now register to vote.
This new ruling means that you ARE NOW eligible to vote in NC as long as you have completed your probation, parole, or post release supervision- even if you still owe fines, fees, or restitution. The ruling also applies if you are currently on felony probation and your probation was extended due to outstanding court costs, fines, and fees; you are now eligible to vote.