It is legal in Colorado for people who have been convicted of a felony to vote after release from incarceration. In Colorado, this includes people on parole. People under probation supervision are eligible to vote. People in a county jail on pretrial detainee status are eligible to vote. Colorado's Secretary of State office has a list of other frequently asked questions. Click on the website link below.
Address: Get the facts on voting rights if you have a criminal record in Colorado.
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