AN ACT relating to elections; authorizing each county and city clerk to establish polling places where any registered voter of the county or city, respectively, may vote in person on the day of certain elections; authorizing an elector to register to vote during certain periods before and on the day of certain elections and setting forth the requirements for such registration; requiring the Secretary of State to establish a system for voter registration on the Internet website of the Secretary of State and setting forth certain requirements for that system; requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide a form to decline voter registration or indicate a political party affiliation after concluding certain transactions with the Department; requiring a county clerk to reject certain applications to register to vote that are automatically transmitted to the county clerk by the Department of Motor Vehicles; revising requirements to publish certain information relating to elections in a newspaper; revising certain provisions relating to a student trainee serving as election board officer; requiring a provisional ballot to include all offices, candidates and measures upon which the person casting the provisional ballot would be entitled to vote if he or she were casting a regular ballot; revising certain deadlines related to absent ballots; authorizing a registered voter to request an absentee ballot for all elections; revising certain other requirements for absent ballots; revising the hours for early voting; authorizing county and city clerks to extend the hours for early voting after the hours have been published; establishing certain protections for private property owners who rent private property for use as a polling place; establishing certain requirements for the database of the Department of Motor Vehicles relating to processing and verifying voter registration information; making appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.
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Approved by the Governor.
Enrolled and delivered to Governor.
From printer. To re-engrossment. Re-engrossed. Third reprint. To committee. From committee: Do pass as amended. Placed on General File. Read third time. Passed, as amended. Title approved. (Yeas: 13, Nays: 8.) To Assembly. In Assembly. Senate Amendment No. 1080 concurred in. To enrollment.
Read third time. Amended. (Amend. No. 1080.) Re-referred to Committee on Finance. To printer.
From committee: Do pass. Placed on Second Reading File. Read second time.
From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. Placed on General File. Read third time. Amended. (Amend. No. 929.) Dispensed with reprinting. Read third time. Passed, as amended. Title approved, as amended. (Yeas: 28, Nays: 12, Excused: 1, Vacant: 1.) To printer. From printer. To reengrossment. Reengrossed. Second reprint. To Senate. In Senate. Read first time. Referred to Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. To committee.
From printer. To engrossment. Engrossed. First reprint. To committee.
From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. Declared an emergency measure under the Constitution. Read third time. Amended. (Amend. Nos. 532 and 583.) Rereferred to Committee on Ways and Means. Exemption effective. To printer.
Notice of eligibility for exemption.
From printer. To committee.
Read first time. Referred to Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections. To printer.
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