Have you ever been convicted of a felony?

Were you convicted of a homicide crime?

Did you complete your sentence on or before July 4, 2005?


Your right to vote was restored by Executive Order 42. You are eligible to vote! Click HERE to learn more.

Have you received a previous restoration of rights from the Governor?


Your rights were restored via your previous restoration. You are eligible to vote! Click HERE to learn more.


No. You need to apply for restoration.


You should contact the Governor's Office to determine if you need to apply for restoration.


STOP! Before you can proceed, you need to determine when you discharged your sentence. If your conviction was in Iowa District Court, you can contact the Iowa Department of Corrections.

Have you completed all terms of confinement, parole, probation, or other supervised release for all felony convictions, and completion of any special sentence imposed pursuant to Chapter 903B?


You are eligible to vote! Click HERE to learn more.


You will not be eligible to vote until you discharge your sentence.


STOP! Before you can proceed, you need to determine if you have discharged your sentence. If your conviction was in Iowa District Court, you can contact the Iowa Department of Corrections by calling the Main number listed at the bottom of their home page.


STOP! Before you can proceed, you need to determine if you've ever been convicted of a homicide crime. If your conviction was in the Iowa District Court, you can look yourself up on Iowa Courts Online.
You are eligible to vote! Click HERE to learn more.
An individual who was given a deferred judgment for a felony and who is on probation or has successfully discharged probation has not lost the right to vote. Click HERE to learn more.
STOP! Before you can proceed, you need to determine if you’ve ever been convicted of a felony. If your conviction was in the Iowa District Court, you can look yourself up on Iowa Courts Online. If you were convicted of a felony in federal court or the court of another state, you will need to contact the Clerk of Court for that jurisdiction. Iowa Clerks of Court do not have information about convictions in other states or in federal court, so they cannot assist with those questions.