In 2019, Nevada lawmakers passed Assembly Bill 431, a new law that gives back the right to vote to Nevadans who were convicted of a crime but are not currently incarcerated. This law is effective July 1, 2019. The Office of the Attorney General started an initiative to communicate, demonstrate, and provide information to guide formerly incarcerated persons through the process of restoring their civil rights, as granted by the Nevada Legislature. Click here for more information.