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     12-4-19.   Confirmation mailing to voters who fail to reply to a confirmation mailing--Exception. Any voter in the active registration file who has failed to vote, has not updated the voter's registration information, and has not replied to a confirmation mailing at least once during the last preceding four consecutive years shall be sent a nonforwardable return-if-undeliverable address verification request. If the request is undeliverable then a confirmation mailing prescribed by the State Board of Elections shall be sent. If a county auditor has determined through a national change of address licensee of the United States Postal Service that the address of a voter who is to be sent an address verification request has changed, that mailing may be omitted. This process shall be performed by each county auditor between January first and November fifteenth of each odd-numbered year.

Source: SL 1961, ch 92, § 15; SL 1974, ch 118, § 21; SL 1975, ch 120, § 1; SL 1976, ch 105, § 9; SL 1994, ch 107, § 20; SL 1996, ch 95, § 2; SL 1998, ch 79, § 1; SL 2001, ch 64, § 2; SL 2002, ch 40, § 10; SL 2002, ch 72, § 2.


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