(1) The county clerk shall prepare and issue by nonforwardable mail to each elector a memorandum card of convenient size containing the name and residence address of the elector, the name or number of the precinct in which the elector resides and a brief statement of the circumstances under which the elector is required to register or update a registration.
(2) When an elector registers or updates a registration, the county clerk shall issue the elector a new memorandum card by nonforwardable mail.
(3) If an elector loses a memorandum card the elector may apply to the county clerk for a new card, and the county clerk shall issue the elector a new card by nonforwardable mail. [1957 c.608 §38; 1977 c.508 §1; 1979 c.190 §50; 1979 c.519 §6a; 1981 c.173 §12; 1993 c.713 §13; 1995 c.742 §4]
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