You are eligible to vote in Iowa IF:
- Your charges were for a misdemeanor, including simple, serious, or aggravated. In Iowa, those charges don't affect your right to vote.
- If you have a felony conviction, you may vote if 1) you have discharged your sentence, meaning you’re not incarcerated, not on probation, parole, supervised release, or are subject to a special sentence, and 2) you were not convicted of any felony under Chapter 707. Some examples of those felonies are: murder, voluntary manslaughter, felony involuntary manslaughter, and homicide, or serious injury by a vehicle. A complete list can be found in Iowa Code Chapter 707.*
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