SB 1206: Elections
GENERAL BILL by Thompson
Elections; Requiring the Secretary of State to be elected rather than appointed; requiring an applicant to designate a party affiliation or select “no party affiliation” to be registered to vote; authorizing a person who meets certain requirements to register to vote at an early voting site or at his or her polling place and to immediately thereafter cast a ballot; authorizing the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to preregister certain individuals to vote; authorizing a candidate to pay his or her qualification fee with a cashier’s check; requiring the Governor to consult with affected supervisors of elections in fixing the dates for special elections, etc.
• Referred to Ethics and Elections; Appropriations Committee on Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development; Fiscal Policy
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