Minimum information required for voter registration.
Mailing, date and method.
Official list, secretary of state—County auditor.
Applicant information for registration—Provisional registration—Exception.
Voters without traditional residential addresses.
Registration by other than auditor or secretary of state.
Registration by mail.
Database of voter registration records.
Count of registered voters—Inactive voters.
Voter registration deadlines.
Expense of registration.
No link between voter and ballot choice.
Party affiliation not required.
Oath of applicant.
Production, supply, and distribution.
Information in foreign languages.
MOTOR VOTER AND REGISTRATION AT STATE AGENCIES
Voter registration in state offices, colleges.
Registration or transfer at designated agencies—Form and application.
Registration at designated agencies—Procedures.
Registration or update of registration with driver's license or identification card application or renewal.
Duties of department of licensing, secretary of state.
TRANSFERS AND NAME CHANGES
Address change within county—Transfer by telephone or email.
Transfer to another county.
Voter name change.
Felony conviction—Provisional and permanent restoration of voting rights.
Dual registration or voting detection.
"Active," "inactive" registered voters.
Change of address information for mail ballots—Assignment of voter to inactive status—Confirmation notice.
Voting by inactive or canceled voters.
Return of inactive voter to active status—Cancellation of registration.
Confirmation notices—Form, contents.
Confirmation notice—Response, auditor's action.
PUBLIC ACCESS TO REGISTRATION RECORDS
Originals and automated files—Public disclosure.
Registration, voting records—As public records—Information furnished—Restrictions, confidentiality.
Violations of restricted use of registered voter data—Penalties—Liabilities.
Computer file—Duplicate copy—Restrictions and penalties.
Records concerning accuracy and currency of voters lists.
Use and maintenance of statewide list.
Basis for challenging a voter's registration—Who may bring a challenge—Challenger duties.
Times for filing challenges—Hearings—Treatment of challenged ballots.
County auditor to publish voter challenges on the internet—Ongoing notification requirements.
County auditor duties—Dismissal of challenges—Notification—Hearings—Counting or cancellation of ballots.
Challenge of registration—Forms, availability.