Article 23: Registration Of Voters
Statute 25-2302d: Late registration by recently discharged federal service
people; certificate; filing with election board.
An elector who was a person in federal service within the meaning of
, and amendments thereto, and whose status in
such federal service has been terminated by discharge from the armed
forces, by separation from the merchant marine, or by termination of
service or employment outside the territorial limits of the United
States, too late to enable such person to register at the time when and
place where registration is required, shall be entitled to register for
the purpose of voting only at the next ensuing election after such
discharge, separation, or termination of employment, as herein provided.
Such elector shall execute and file with the county election officer of
the county of his residence, not later than 12:00 o'clock noon on the
day before the election, an affidavit in form to be prescribed by the
secretary of state, establishing the eligibility of such elector to
register under this section. The county election officer shall provide
to the person registering under the provisions of this section a
certificate stating the precinct in which he is entitled to vote, which
shall be presented to and filed with the election board of that precinct
at the time of voting.
History: L. 1972, ch. 142, § 1; July 1.