Issuance of ballot when registration updated after registration deadline
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, if the county clerk receives information updating the registration of an elector after the deadline in ORS 247.025 (Registration deadline):
(a) The county clerk shall issue a ballot to the elector if the elector’s registration was inactive prior to updating; or
(b) The county clerk shall issue a replacement ballot upon request from the elector if the elector’s registration was active prior to updating.
(2) If the county clerk receives a registration card updating an elector’s residence or mailing address after the deadline in ORS 247.025 (Registration deadline), the county clerk shall reissue a ballot to the elector if the elector’s registration was active prior to updating.
(3)(a) If the county clerk is required to reissue a ballot under subsection (2) of this section, the county clerk shall:
(A) Verify the registration of the elector and ensure that another ballot has not been returned by the elector;
(B) Mark the return identification envelope clearly so that it may be readily identified as a reissued ballot; and
(C) Reissue the ballot by mail or other means.
(b) A ballot reissued under this section must be received at the office of the county clerk, a place of deposit designated by the county clerk or any location described in ORS 254.472 (Compartments for marking ballots) or 254.474 (Voting booths for primary and general elections) not later than the end of the period determined under ORS 254.470 (Procedures for conducting election by mail) (1) on the date of the election. Upon receiving a voted ballot reissued under this section, the county clerk shall process the ballot.
(4) Ballots issued under this section need not be mailed to electors after the fifth day before the date of the election and may be obtained by the elector in person from the county clerk up until and including the date of the election. [1999 c.410 §11; 2007 c.154 §7; 2008 c.53 §4; 2009 c.511 §23]
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