Can formerly incarcerated people legally vote in Wisconsin? It depends.

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Wisconsin automatically restores voting rights of people who have committed felonies once they are “off paper,” meaning they’ve finished probation, parole or extended supervision — a process that can last years, Jonmaesha Beltran reports for Wisconsin Watch. But many formerly incarcerated people don’t realize they can vote once their eligibility is restored, advocates told Beltran. Originally published on March 21st, 2023 .

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