Can I vote while I am on probation?

Yes. In California, you have the right to vote while you are on probation. You must be a United States citizen, a resident of California, and at least 18 years old. To vote in the next election, you must register to vote at least 15 days before the election. For more Registration and Voting information, please contact:  

Contra Costa County Elections Division

555 Escobar Street

Martinez, 94553

(925) 925-7800

https://www.cocovote.us/contact-information/

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1. Can I vote while I am on probation?
2. I was convicted of an offense and want to have it dismissed and/or reduced to a misdemeanor. How do I do this?
3. I want to visit my son in Juvenile Hall. When can I see him?
4. How do I get my juvenile record sealed?
5. My teenage child is beyond my control. She / he will not go to school, refuses to obey me, leaves and comes home whenever s/he pleases and refuses to tell me where s/he goes. Can probation help me?
6. My partner has threatened to hurt me and my family. What can I do?