2011 ORS § 247.292¹
Update of registration of elector changing residence
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(1) A county clerk shall update the registration of an elector in the county upon receiving written evidence from:
(a) The elector indicating a residence or mailing address that is different from the residence or mailing address for the elector as contained in the records of the county clerk;
(b) The United States Postal Service indicating a residence address that is different from the residence address for the elector as contained in the records of the county clerk; or
(c) The Secretary of State as provided in ORS 247.295 (Verification of addresses of electors).
(2) When a county clerk updates the registration of an elector under subsection (1) of this section, the clerk shall send a new precinct memorandum card by nonforwardable mail to the elector as provided in ORS 247.181 (Memorandum card). The clerk shall include a notice stating that if the residence address or mailing address is not correct, the elector must notify the clerk.
(3) An elector is not disqualified from voting due to any error relating to an update of registration made under this section. [1993 c.713 §17a; 2007 c.881 §6; 2008 c.53 §3]