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Senate Bill 0200

Senate Bill 0200

ARCHIVE (2000)

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Voter registration. Changes the deadline for registering to vote in a primary, general, municipal, or special election from not later than 29 days before an election to not later than 14 days before an election. Makes conforming amendments in the deadlines for registering: (1) in person at the office of the circuit court clerk or board of registration; (2) in person at a license branch; (3) in person at a public assistance agency; (4) in person at an agency serving persons with disabilities; (5) in person at a governmental or nongovernmental office authorized by law to register voters; and (6) by mail. Changes the deadline for a circuit court clerk or board of registration to prepare certified copies of the list of registered voters from not later than ten days before the election to not later than four days before the election. Changes the time within which a circuit court clerk or board of registration must send an authorization of cancellation to the county of a voter's previous residence from not later than 15 days after receipt of the authorization to not later than five days after the receipt of the authorization.
    Current Status:
    In Committee - first House
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