Restoration of rights
Effective July 1, 2023, W.S. §7-13-105 will allow individuals that are convicted as a first time, non-violent felon, to have their right to vote, along with the rights lost as outlined in W.S. §6-10-106 to be restored. The rights restored under W.S. §7-13-105 include the ability to be an elector or juror or to hold any office of honor, trust or profit within this state or to use or knowingly possess any firearm.
Eligibility for Restoration of Rights
Restoration of Voting Rights: Effective July 1, 2017, W.S. §7-13-105(b) allows individuals convicted for first time nonviolent felony or nonviolent felonies arising out of the same occurrence or related course of events, to have their right to vote restored after completion of their sentence or all probationary terms.
Release of Information
Application and Appeal Process
Number of Rights Restored in Wyoming
Frequently Asked Question and Additional Information
Restoration of Rights Process