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House Bill 1368

House Bill 1368

ARCHIVE (2004)

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Absentee voting. Provides that a person may not give an application for an absentee ballot to the applicant if any of the information has been filled out before the application is given to the applicant. Requires an application for an absentee ballot to be filed within specific times. Requires an individual who files an absentee ballot application for another individual to sign an affidavit attesting to certain information. Requires an applicant for an absentee ballot to affirm the content of the application under the penalties for perjury. Permits a county election board member or an absentee voter board member to file an affidavit alleging that an absentee ballot application has not been filed according to law. Provides that a person may not engage in electioneering in the presence of an individual who possesses an absentee ballot. Requires certain persons who deliver an absentee ballot for a voter to affirm certain facts under penalties for perjury. Provides that certain actions relating to handling, possession, delivery, and voting absentee ballots are crimes. Makes other changes relating to absentee ballots.
Current Status:
In Committee - first House
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