Ohio Felony Voting Rights

This video features Michelle Martin, a Civil Rights attorney based in Ohio.

Columbus Civil Rights Lawyer Explains

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin: 

Can a person in Ohio vote after a felony conviction?

Michelle Martin: 

In Ohio, a person who has a felony conviction has automatic restoration of their voting rights upon their release from being imprisoned. So yes, a person in Ohio who has a felony, assuming they're not in prison, does have the right to vote.

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