Voters with a Felony Conviction

A voter sentenced for a felony, from the time of the person’s sentence until the person’s final discharge, may not vote in an election. However, if a person is placed on probation or the person is paroled after commitment to imprisonment, the person may register and  vote during the period of the probation or parole.

For complete information, please refer to Hawaii  State Constitution Article II, Section 2, and HRS §831-2.

Last Updated on March 3, 2021