The permanent registrar is authorized and may be directed by the county board of registration, to determine by mail check, house-to-house canvass or any other reasonable means at any time whether active record registration files contain the names of any persons not qualified by law to vote. Any qualified voter may make an affidavit to the county attorney (Const. Amend 51, § 11).
A notice of disposition of an application for voter registration is returned as undeliverable (KSA § 25-2316c). Once a year, voter registration records are compared to NCOA files. County officials may complete additional checks. As an alternative to the NCOA program, a county election official may conduct mass or targeted mailings to voters to obtain information upon which to base confirmation mailings (KSA § 25-1354).
Within 7 days, secretary of state must identify registered voters on these lists and prepare a list for the county auditor. Within 7 days after receiving the list from the secretary of state, the county auditor must challenge the status on the record in the registration system of each individual named in the list (Minn. Stat. § 201.145).
Secretary of state notifies the election authority of the jurisdiction in which the offender resides (Mo. Rev. Stat. § 115.195). Each election authority determines the voting qualifications of those reported convicted or pardoned (Mo. Rev. Stat. § 115.199). Per conversation with state election officials, once it is verified that a registered voter has been convicted, local officials change their voter registration status to disqualified.
Within 7 days the secretary must determine if people listed are registered voters and notify county auditors. Within 7 days of receiving notice from secretary of state, county auditors must challenge the status on the record in the registration system of each person named in the list (Minn. Stat. § 201.145). 2b1af7f3a8