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Bill Detail: SB11-057

 

Chamber Senate
Title Metropolitan District Mail Elections
House Sponsors
Senate Sponsors
Description

Current statute requires the designated election official for a metropolitan district election to send a mail-in ballot to every eligible elector who resides in the metropolitan district (district) and who has requested to be placed on the permanent mail-in ballot list by the county clerk and recorder.

The bill allows the designated election official of a metropolitan district having 10,000 or more electors to only send mail-in ballots to eligible electors:

  • That returned a ballot in the most recent district election;
  • Who have appeared on the permanent mail-in ballot list after the most recent district election; and
  • Who have notified the district of the elector's desire to receive a mail-in ballot for the district election.
Date Introduced 00/00/0000
Amendments out of Committee None
Bill News None
House Committee Local Government
Senate Committee State, Veterans, Military Affairs
Status Signed by Governor (04/20/2011)
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Link to Fiscal Notes Fiscal Notes (06/27/2011)  
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House Votes House Votes
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Vote Totals Vote Totals by Party
 
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