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Individuals with criminal records can vote in Michigan unless they are currently incarcerated and serving a sentence. For more details, click the links below.

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MCL 168.758b

Bars a person from voting while confined in jail or prison.

MCL 168.492a

Allows a person to vote while in detention awaiting trial.

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