In New York, you can vote after a felony conviction while you are on probation or once you have completed parole. Your voting rights are automatically restored, but you have to re-register in order to vote. You do not need any special documentation to register. Linked here is a handy fact sheet from the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU). Go to the this page on the NYCLU site for more information on felon voting rights, including a resource list of organizations that can help if needed. Go to Westchester County’s Voting Rights and Registration link (below) to register.