Michigan grants voting rights to most people otherwise qualified to vote regardless of their criminal record. The only people ineligible to vote based on a criminal record are people who are currently incarcerated and serving a sentence. That means that that people who match the following descriptions ARE ELIGIBLE to vote:

  • People who are formerly incarcerated
  • People who are out on parole
  • People who are serving probation
  • People who are in jail waiting adjudication
  • People who had charges filed against them that were later dropped
  • People who were arrested but who never had charges brought against them

Read>> Michigan Voting Rights Aug 2020 Primary