2010 Florida Statutes
Disposition of voter registration applications; cancellation notice.
Disposition of voter registration applications; cancellation notice.—
The supervisor must notify each applicant of the disposition of the applicant’s voter registration application. The notice must inform the applicant that the application has been approved, is incomplete, has been denied, or is a duplicate of a current registration. A voter information card sent to an applicant constitutes notice of approval of registration. If the application is incomplete, the supervisor must request that the applicant supply the missing information using a voter registration application signed by the applicant. A notice of denial must inform the applicant of the reason the application was denied.
Within 2 weeks after approval of a voter registration application that indicates that the applicant was previously registered in another state, the department must notify the registration official in the prior state that the applicant is now registered in this state.
s. 19, ch. 94-224; s. 62, ch. 2001-40; s. 13, ch. 2005-278.