SB 656: Elections
GENERAL BILL by Brandes
Elections; Revising requirements for the uniform statewide voter registration application and the acceptance of such applications; deleting an exemption from public records requirements for information related to a voter registration applicant’s or voter’s prior felony conviction and his or her restoration of voting rights to conform to changes made by the act; deleting a provision that prohibits the use of an address appearing on identification presented by an elector at the polls as a basis to confirm an elector’s legal residence; increasing the no-solicitation zone surrounding the entrance of a polling place or an early voting site wherein certain activities are prohibited; requiring the Division of Elections to periodically adjust campaign contribution limits for inflation, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 Senate - Died in Ethics and Elections, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/SB 90 (Ch. 2021-11), CS/CS/SB 1890 (Ch. 2021-16)
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• Referred to Ethics and Elections; Judiciary; Rules -SJ 83
• Introduced -SJ 83
• Died in Ethics and Elections, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/SB 90 (Ch. 2021-11), CS/CS/SB 1890 (Ch. 2021-16)
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