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Disqualification of Electors | Felony Conviction (Wis. Stats. 304.078)
A person convicted of a felony is automatically barred from voting in any election until they have completed their sentence. This includes: no longer being supervised under probation; if currently incarcerated or if serving Extended Supervision or Parole. If convicted, you can only vote after the Department of Corrections issues you a certificate informing that all terms of your sentence are satisfied.