The National Conference of State Legislators provides the following information on felons and voting rights:
- Felons do not lose their right to vote while incarceration in two states: Maine and Vermont.
- Felons lose their voting rights only while incarcerated in 14 states and the District of Columbia with restoration of those rights upon release.
- Felons in 22 states lose their voting rights while on probation, incarcerated, and on parole. Their voting rights are restored after complete servitude of sentence.
- Felons in 12 states lose indefinitely their voting rights following conviction of certain offenses. Felon voting rights in these states can be restored through a governor’s pardon.