To request voter registration applications, you will be asked to provide your name, contact information, shipping address and the number of forms you are requesting.
- to communicate to the applicant acceptance of the voter registration application and then fail to make a good faith effort to deliver it so that it is received by the county board of elections in time to satisfy the registration deadline
- to sell or attempt to sell a completed voter registration form or to condition its delivery upon payment
- to change a person’s information on a voter registration form prior to its delivery to a county board of elections
- to coerce a person into marking a party affiliation other than the party affiliation the person desires
- to offer a person a voter registration form that has a party affiliation pre-marked unless the person receiving the form requested the pre-marking.
- for any person who is not an elections official or not otherwise authorized by law to take the following from a voter registration form and keep it in any form or for any purpose:
- registrant’s signature
- registrant’s full or partial social security number
- registrant’s date of birth
- the identity of the public agency at which the registrant registered
- the registrant’s email address
- the registrant’s driver license number
A person who is not an elections official or not otherwise authorized by law may not photocopy, transcribe, record or transmit such information to a database.
Persons who conduct voter registration drives must bear in mind that all voter registrations must be signed by the voter who is registering. Unsigned registrations will not be processed.