CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY
CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY
CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY
FELON VOTING RIGHTS BY STATE
California allows former felons to vote, but the state prohibits
voting by people incarcerated in prison or on parole. According to
the California Constitution and Elections Code, “A person entitled
to register to vote shall be a United States citizen, a resident of
California, not in prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony,
and at least 18 years of age.” (
Cal. Const. Art. II, Sec. 4; Cal. Elec.
Code Sec. 2101) This means that California residents who have a
felony conviction can vote after completion of parole, while on
probation,or if they are committed to county jail with a felony
conviction.
"To register to vote in California, a person must be a U.S. Citizen, a
California resident, and at least 18 years old by Election Day.
People who are in prison or on parole for a felony conviction, and
people who have been judged by a court to be mentally
incompetent, are not eligible to vote in California."
"The Legislature shall prohibit improper practices that affect elections
and shall provide for the disqualification of electors while mentally
incompetent or imprisoned or on parole for the conviction of a felony."
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE II SEC. 4
Get The Real Truth About California
Felon "VOTING RIGHTS!
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Office Of The
Secretary Of State
On County Probation,
Federal Supervised Release,
Or Off State Parole?
FELONS, CALIFORNIA NEEDS
To REGISTER, VOTE and Get
EVERY FELON
You Know To Do So As Well
Are You
Currently
GUESS WHAT, YOU CAN VOTE!
California Felon Party
C/O
Fedtime 101,  P.O. Box 215
Moorpark, CA 93020
Larry Jay Levine
Former Federal Inmate
Founder California Felon Party
CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY
CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY
CALIFORNIA  FELON  PARTY

Welcome to www.californiafelonparty.org,  the official website of
the California Felon Party.  Each year tens of thousands of felons
are released from custody back to California, all sharing the
same misbelief that they are ineligible to vote. While it's true
pursuant to state law, that those on
Parole or Incarcerated are
ineligible, a felon not on parole but probation, federal supervised
relief, or off paper entirely, share  the same voting privileges all
citizens of our great state enjoy. In California, motioning the
Court, or filing for Civil Rights restoral is unnecessary, and as
long as you meet the above criteria, it's automatic.  

Because the United States is a democracy, and California allows
it, the precious right to vote as a felon is one of the few
acts that you can do to help decide what laws will be passed,
who will govern our state and country, and what type of future
our children and grandchildren will have in the years to come.
With soaring gas prices and an uncertain economy, you have a
responsibility a citizen to vote and decide who will lead us into the
next decade.

Although we are not yet a duly registered political party, it is my
intention to gather the necessary signatures from you, your
friends and families, to file the proper documents, so that we may
in the future run our own candidates, and support the candidates
of other parties by creating a swing vote, to ensure that
legislation is passed protecting the rights of all,  and to prevent
the continuing practice of people being unjustly sentenced to
harsh terms in custody for minor offenses.

Remember, we're hundreds of thousands strong, with potentially
millions of supporters who share are beliefs, and despite that you
may feel that your one vote is insignificant, keep in mind that
Adolph Hitler was elected in to office by only a few votes and
changed the course of history.

Don't let your right to vote go wasted! I urge you to register
immediately as an Independent, and help shape the State,
Country and world that we live in.

God bless you all.

Larry Jay Levine - Founder
Owner American Prison Consultants
www.americanprisonconsultants.com
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