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Can I vote in NY if I have been convicted of a felony?

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Yes, If you have finished your sentence.

In New York, people with felony convictions can vote after they are finished with incarceration and parole. Voting rights are automatically restored when incarceration/parole ends. No special permission is needed; just go ahead and re-register. (N.Y. Elec. Law § 5-106)

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