I have a misdemeanor or felony conviction. Can I vote?

Yes!

I am on probation or parole. Can I vote?

Yes!

In Utah, you cannot vote if you are incarcerated in a jail or prison. You can vote if you have a misdemeanor or felony conviction or if you are on probation or parole.

Register to vote by clicking this link!

See Utah Code Ann. 20A-2-101.3. Convicted misdemeanants — Restoration of right to vote or hold office.
(1) As used in this section, “misdemeanant” means a person convicted of a misdemeanor for an offense under this title.
(2) A misdemeanant’s right to register to vote and to vote in an election is restored when the misdemeanant:
(a) is sentenced to probation; or
(b) has successfully completed the term of incarceration to which the misdemeanant was sentenced.

See Utah Code Ann. 20A-2-101.5. Convicted felons — Restoration of right to vote and right to hold office.
(1) As used in this section, “convicted felon” means a person convicted of a felony in any state or federal court of the United States.
(2) Each convicted felon’s right to register to vote and to vote in an election is restored when:
(a) the felon is sentenced to probation;
(b) the felon is granted parole; or
(c) the felon has successfully completed the term of incarceration to which the felon was sentenced.