Introduced Version






SENATE BILL No. 325

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL



Citations Affected: IC 3-7; IC 3-10; IC 3-11-8; IC 3-11.7-2-1.

Synopsis: Election day registration. Permits a voter to register at the polls by completing a voter registration form and an affirmation that the person has not voted elsewhere in the election and by providing proof of residence. Specifies the documents acceptable as proof of residence, including a statement signed by another voter in the precinct that corroborates the residency of the person registering to vote. Requires that voter registration forms executed at the polls be processed in the same manner as other registrations.

Effective: January 1, 2009.





Broden




    January 10, 2008, read first time and referred to Committee on Local Government and Elections.







Introduced

Second Regular Session 115th General Assembly (2008)


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SENATE BILL No. 325



    A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning elections.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

SOURCE: IC 3-7-13-10; (08)IN0325.1.1. -->     SECTION 1. IC 3-7-13-10 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 10. (a) The registration period begins December 1 of each year (or the first Monday in December if December 1 falls on a Saturday or Sunday).
    (b) The registration period continues through the twenty-ninth day before the date a primary election is scheduled under this title.
    (c) The registration period resumes fourteen (14) days after primary election day and continues through the twenty-ninth day before the date a general or municipal election is scheduled under this article.
    (d) This subsection applies in each precinct in which a special election is to be conducted. The registration period ceases in that precinct on the twenty-ninth day before a special election is conducted and resumes fourteen (14) days after the special election occurs.
     (e) Notwithstanding subsections (b) through (d), a person may register or transfer registration on the day of a primary, general, municipal, school district, or special election as provided in IC 3-7-49.
SOURCE: IC 3-7-13-11; (08)IN0325.1.2. -->     SECTION 2. IC 3-7-13-11 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 11. A person desiring to register or transfer a registration may do so:
         (1) at the office of the circuit court clerk or board of registration through the close of business on the twenty-ninth day before the election is scheduled to occur; or
        (2) on the day of a primary, general, municipal, school district, or special election as provided in IC 3-7-49 or IC 3-10-11.

SOURCE: IC 3-7-36-11; (08)IN0325.1.3. -->     SECTION 3. IC 3-7-36-11 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 11. (a) This section applies only to a person described in subsection (b) who applies to register to vote:
        (1) after the date described in IC 3-7-13-11; IC 3-7-13-11(1); and
        (2) before the date that the certified list of voters is prepared under IC 3-7-29-1.
    (b) An absent uniformed services voter who is absent from Indiana during the registration period described in IC 3-7-13-10 IC 3-7-13-10(a) through IC 3-7-13-10(d) and who otherwise would be entitled to register to vote under Indiana law may, upon returning to Indiana during the period described in subsection (a) following discharge from service or reassignment, register to vote by doing the following:
        (1) Showing either of the following to the circuit court clerk or board of registration:
            (A) A discharge from service, dated not earlier than the beginning of the registration period that ended on the date described in IC 3-7-13-11, IC 3-7-13-11(1), of:
                (i) the voter;
                (ii) the voter's spouse; or
                (iii) the individual of whom the voter is a dependent.
            (B) A copy of the government movement orders, with a reporting date not earlier than the beginning of the registration period that ended on the date described in IC 3-7-13-11, IC 3-7-13-11(1), of:
                (i) the voter;
                (ii) the voter's spouse; or
                (iii) the individual of whom the voter is a dependent.
        (2) Completing a registration affidavit.
    (c) A voter who registers under this section may vote at the upcoming election as provided in this title.
SOURCE: IC 3-7-36-14; (08)IN0325.1.4. -->     SECTION 4. IC 3-7-36-14 IS AMENDED TO READ AS

FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 14. (a) This section applies to a person described in subsection (b) who applies to register to vote during the period:
        (1) beginning on the date that the certified list of voters is prepared under IC 3-7-29-1; and
        (2) ending at noon election day.
    (b) An absent uniformed services voter who is absent from Indiana during the registration period described in IC 3-7-13-10 IC 3-7-13-10(a) through IC 3-7-13-10(d) and who otherwise would be entitled to register to vote under Indiana law may, upon returning to Indiana during the period described in subsection (a) following discharge from service or reassignment, register to vote by doing the following:
        (1) Showing either of the following to the county voter registration office:
            (A) A discharge from service, dated not earlier than the beginning of the registration period that ended on the date described in IC 3-7-13-11, IC 3-7-13-11(1), of:
                (i) the voter;
                (ii) the voter's spouse; or
                (iii) the individual of whom the voter is a dependent.
            (B) A copy of the government movement orders, with a reporting date not earlier than the beginning of the registration period that ended on the date described in IC 3-7-13-11, IC 3-7-13-11(1), of:
                (i) the voter;
                (ii) the voter's spouse; or
                (iii) the individual of whom the voter is a dependent.
        (2) Completing a registration affidavit.
    (c) Except as provided in subsection (g), a voter who registers under this section may vote at the upcoming election only by absentee ballot at the office of the circuit court clerk at the time the voter registers under this section or at any time after the voter registers under this section and before noon on election day. A voter who wants to vote under this subsection must do both of the following:
        (1) Complete an application for an absentee ballot.
        (2) Sign an affidavit that the voter has not voted at any other precinct in the election.
The voter may vote at subsequent elections as otherwise provided in this title.
    (d) If the voter votes by absentee ballot under this section, the circuit court clerk shall do the following:


        (1) Certify in writing that the voter registered under this section.
        (2) Attach the certification to the voter's absentee ballot envelope.
    (e) If the county has a board of registration, the board of registration shall promptly deliver the voter's registration affidavit to the circuit court clerk to permit the voter to vote under subsection (c).
    (f) If the voter chooses not to vote under subsection (c), the county voter registration office shall register the voter on the first day of the next registration period.
     (g) A person described in subsection (b) may register and vote on the day of a primary, general, municipal, school district, or special election as provided in IC 3-7-49.
SOURCE: IC 3-7-48-1; (08)IN0325.1.5. -->     SECTION 5. IC 3-7-48-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 1. (a) Except as otherwise provided by NVRA or in this chapter, a person whose name does not appear on the registration record may not vote, unless:
         (1) the circuit court clerk or board of registration provides a signed certificate of error in the office where the permanent registration record is kept showing that the voter is legally registered in the precinct where the voter resides; or
        (2) the voter has registered as provided in IC 3-7-49.

    (b) A person:
         (1) whose name does not appear on the registration record; and
        (2) who does not register as provided in IC 3-7-49;

may cast a provisional ballot as provided in IC 3-11.7.
SOURCE: IC 3-7-49; (08)IN0325.1.6. -->     SECTION 6. IC 3-7-49 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]:
     Chapter 49. Election Day Registration
    Sec. 1. (a) A person who is not registered to vote but is otherwise qualified to vote shall be allowed to vote at the polls in a primary, general, municipal, school district, or special election if the person registers at the polls under this chapter.
    (b) In order to register to vote at a precinct under this chapter, a person:
        (1) must be a resident of the precinct;
        (2) must be otherwise legally qualified to vote under IC 3-7-13-1;
        (3) may not be registered to vote under IC 3-7-14 through IC 3-7-23;
        (4) may not be qualified to vote under IC 3-7-39-7, IC 3-7-39-8, IC 3-7-48, IC 3-10-10, IC 3-10-11, or IC 3-10-12; and
        (5) may not have already voted in the election.
    (c) Before allowing a person to vote under this chapter, the poll clerk or other precinct election officer shall require the person to do the following:
        (1) Complete a voter registration form prescribed by IC 3-7-18, along with the affirmation described in section 3 of this chapter, and sign the form in the presence of two (2) precinct election officers who must be from different political parties. If the county election board has not appointed precinct election officers from more than one (1) political party to the precinct election board, the inspector for the precinct shall sign the form as the second precinct election officer.
        (2) Provide acceptable proof of residence.
    Sec. 2. (a) For purposes of this chapter, one (1) of the following forms of identification is acceptable as proof of residence:
        (1) A current and valid photo identification.
        (2) A current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document that shows the name and address of the person registering to vote.
        (3) A statement signed by any other voter in the precinct that corroborates the information on the voter's registration form concerning the residency of the person registering to vote. The corroborator must provide the identification listed in subdivision (1) or (2) as proof of the corroborator's residence and must sign the statement in the presence of two (2) precinct election officers who must be from different political parties. If the county election board has not appointed precinct election officers from more than one (1) political party to the precinct election board, the inspector for the precinct shall sign the form as the second precinct election officer. The commission shall prescribe the form of the statement.
    (b) If a person presents a document under subsection (a), the poll clerk shall add a notation to the poll list indicating the type of document presented by the person. The election division shall prescribe a standardized coding system to classify documents presented under this subsection for entry into the county voter registration system.
    (c) If a person is unable to present the documentation required under subsection (a) to the poll clerk while present in the polls, the poll clerk shall notify the precinct election board. The board shall

provide a provisional ballot to the person under IC 3-11.7-2.
    (d) The precinct election board shall advise the person that the person may file a copy of the documentation with:
        (1) the county voter registration office; or
        (2) the precinct election board in the voter's precinct;
to permit the provisional ballot to be counted under IC 3-11.7.
    Sec. 3. The commission shall prescribe the affirmation required by section 1(c)(1) of this chapter. The affirmation must include a statement that the person has not already voted at the election for which the person is registering to vote.
    Sec. 4. A person who registers to vote under this chapter:
        (1) may not be challenged on the grounds that the person's registration does not appear in the precinct registration book or poll list; and
        (2) is not required to obtain a certificate of error under IC 3-7-48 to vote.
    Sec. 5. Before each primary, general, municipal, school district, or special election, the county election board shall provide each precinct election board with a sufficient number of registration forms, affirmations, and statements to meet the reasonable need for the forms under this chapter.
    Sec. 6. The precinct election board shall attach the completed registration forms, affirmations, and statements to the poll list for processing by the county voter registration office under IC 3-10-1-31.1.
    Sec. 7. (a) The precinct election board shall add the name and address of a person who registers to vote under this chapter to the poll list of the precinct.
    (b) The county voter registration office shall add the name of a person who registers to vote under this chapter to the registration record of the county.
    Sec. 8. The county voter registration office shall process
under IC 3-7-33-5 the voter registration forms completed under section 1 of this chapter.
    Sec. 9. If a notice mailed under IC 3-7-33-5 to a person who registered under this chapter is returned as undeliverable, the county voter registration office shall initiate steps under IC 3-7-33-6 to remove the person from the registration rolls.
    Sec. 10. A registration completed under this chapter for which the notice mailed under IC 3-7-33-5 is not returned is effective to the same extent as if the registration had been completed under IC 3-7-14 through IC 3-7-23.


SOURCE: IC 3-10-1-31.1; (08)IN0325.1.7. -->     SECTION 7. IC 3-10-1-31.1, AS AMENDED BY P.L.230-2005, SECTION 35, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 31.1. (a) This section applies only to election materials for elections held after December 31, 2003.
    (b) The inspector of each precinct shall deliver the bags required by section 30(a) and 30(c) of this chapter in good condition, together with poll lists, tally sheets, and other forms, to the circuit court clerk when making returns.
    (c) Except for unused ballots disposed of under IC 3-11-3-31 or affidavits received by the county election board under IC 3-14-5-2 for delivery to the foreman of a grand jury, the circuit court clerk shall seal the ballots and other material during the time allowed to file a verified petition or cross-petition for a recount of votes or to contest the election. Except as provided in subsection (d), after the recount or contest filing period, the election material (except for ballots, which remain confidential) shall be made available for copying and inspection under IC 5-14-3. The circuit court clerk shall carefully preserve the sealed ballots and other material for twenty-two (22) months, as required by 42 U.S.C. 1974, after which the sealed ballots and other material are subject to IC 5-15-6 unless an order issued under:
        (1) IC 3-12-6-19 or IC 3-12-11-16; or
        (2) 42 U.S.C. 1973;
requires the continued preservation of the ballots or other material.
    (d) If a petition for a recount or contest is filed, the material for that election remains confidential until completion of the recount or contest.
    (e) Upon delivery of the poll lists, the county voter registration office may unseal the envelopes containing the poll lists. For the purposes of:
        (1) a cancellation of registration conducted under IC 3-7-43 through IC 3-7-46;
        (2) a transfer of registration conducted under IC 3-7-39, IC 3-7-40, or IC 3-7-42;
        (3) a change of name made under IC 3-7-41;
        (4) adding the registration of a voter under IC 3-7-48-8 or IC 3-7-49; or
        (5) recording that a voter subject to IC 3-7-33-4.5 submitted the documentation required under 42 U.S.C. 15483 and IC 3-11-8 or IC 3-11-10;
the county voter registration office may inspect the poll lists and update the registration record of the county. The county voter registration office shall use the poll lists to update the registration record to include the voter's voter identification number if the voter's voter identification

number is not already included in the registration record. Upon completion of the inspection, the poll list shall be preserved with the ballots and other materials in the manner prescribed by subsection (c) for the period prescribed by subsections (c) and (d).
    (f) This subsection does not apply to ballots. Notwithstanding subsection (c), if a county voter registration office determines that the inspection and copying of precinct election material would reveal the political parties, candidates, and public questions for which an individual cast an absentee ballot, the county voter registration office shall keep confidential only that part of the election material necessary to protect the secrecy of the voter's ballot.
    (g) After the expiration of the period described in subsection (c) or (d), the ballots may be destroyed in the manner provided by IC 3-11-3-31 or transferred to a state educational institution as provided by IC 3-12-2-12.

SOURCE: IC 3-10-8-9; (08)IN0325.1.8. -->     SECTION 8. IC 3-10-8-9 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 9. (a) If the special election occurs during the period when registration is open under IC 3-7-13, the registration period continues through the twenty-ninth day before the special election occurs and resumes on the date specified by IC 3-7-13-10(d), except that a person may register or transfer registration on the day of a special election as provided in IC 3-7-49.
    (b) The election board conducting the special election shall provide poll lists for use at the precincts that include the names of voters in the precinct who:
        (1) have registered through the twenty-ninth day before the special election is to be conducted; or
        (2) are absent uniformed services voters or overseas voters registered under IC 3-7-36.
    (c) This subsection applies when a special election is ordered by a court under IC 3-12-8-17 or the state recount commission under IC 3-12-11-18. A candidate may not be placed on the special election ballot unless the candidate was on the ballot or was a declared write-in candidate for the office at the general election preceding the special election.
    (d) The restrictions on the sale of alcoholic beverages set forth in IC 7.1-5-10-1 apply in each precinct in which the special election is conducted.
SOURCE: IC 3-11-8-15; (08)IN0325.1.9. -->     SECTION 9. IC 3-11-8-15, AS AMENDED BY P.L.230-2005, SECTION 54, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 15. (a) Only the following persons are

permitted in the polls during an election:
        (1) Members of a precinct election board.
        (2) Poll clerks and assistant poll clerks.
        (3) Election sheriffs.
        (4) Deputy election commissioners.
        (5) Pollbook holders and challengers.
        (6) Watchers.
        (7) Voters for the purposes of:
             (A) voting; or
            (B) for voters registering to vote on election day under IC 3-7-49, filing a copy of the documentation required by IC 3-7-49-2(a) with the precinct election board in the voter's precinct so that the voter's provisional ballot may be counted under IC 3-11.7.

        (8) Minor children accompanying voters as provided under IC 3-11-11-8.
        (9) An assistant to a precinct election officer appointed under IC 3-6-6-39.
        (10) An individual authorized to assist a voter in accordance with IC 3-11-9.
        (11) A member of a county election board, acting on behalf of the board.
        (12) A mechanic authorized to act on behalf of a county election board to repair a voting system (if the mechanic bears credentials signed by each member of the board).
        (13) Either of the following who have been issued credentials signed by the members of the county election board:
            (A) The county chairman of a political party.
            (B) The county vice chairman of a political party.
        (14) The secretary of state, as chief election officer of the state, unless the individual serving as secretary of state is a candidate for nomination or election to an office at the election.
    (b) This subsection applies to a simulated election for minors conducted with the authorization of the county election board. An individual participating in the simulated election may be in the polls for the purpose of voting. A person supervising the simulated election may be in the polls to perform the supervision.
    (c) The inspector of a precinct has authority over all simulated election activities conducted under subsection (b) and shall ensure that the simulated election activities do not interfere with the election conducted in that polling place.

SOURCE: IC 3-11-8-16; (08)IN0325.1.10. -->     SECTION 10. IC 3-11-8-16, AS AMENDED BY P.L.230-2005,

SECTION 55, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 16. A person may not remain within a distance equal to the length of the chute (as defined in IC 3-5-2-10) of the entrance to the polls except for the purpose of:
         (1) offering to vote; or
        (2) for voters registering to vote on election day under IC 3-7-49, filing a copy of the documentation required by IC 3-7-49-2(a) with the precinct election board in the voter's precinct so that the voter's provisional ballot may be counted under IC 3-11.7.

SOURCE: IC 3-11-8-25.1; (08)IN0325.1.11. -->     SECTION 11. IC 3-11-8-25.1, AS AMENDED BY P.L.164-2006, SECTION 100, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 25.1. (a) Except as provided in subsection (e), a voter who desires to vote an official ballot at an election shall provide proof of identification.
    (b) Except as provided in subsection (e), before the voter proceeds to vote in the election, a member of the precinct election board shall ask the voter to provide proof of identification. The voter shall produce the proof of identification before being permitted to sign the poll list.
    (c) If:
        (1) the voter is unable or declines to present the proof of identification; or
        (2) a member of the precinct election board determines that the proof of identification provided by the voter does not qualify as proof of identification under IC 3-5-2-40.5;
a member of the precinct election board shall challenge the voter as prescribed by this chapter.
    (d) If the voter executes a challenged voter's affidavit under section 22.1 of this chapter, the voter may:
        (1) sign the poll list; and
        (2) receive a provisional ballot.
    (e) A voter who votes in person at a precinct polling place that is located at a state licensed care facility where the voter resides is not required to provide proof of identification before voting in an election.
    (f) After a voter has passed the challengers or has been sworn in, the voter shall be instructed by a member of the precinct election board to proceed to the location where the poll clerks are stationed. The voter shall announce the voter's name to the poll clerks or assistant poll clerks the voter's name and whether the voter wants to register to vote at the polls. If the voter wants to register and meets the conditions set forth in IC 3-7-49, the poll clerk or other precinct election officer shall register the voter in accordance with

IC 3-7-49. If the voter is already registered, a poll clerk, an assistant poll clerk, or a member of the precinct election board shall require the voter to write the following on the poll list:
        (1) The voter's name.
        (2) Except as provided in subsection (k), the voter's current residence address.
    (g) The poll clerk, an assistant poll clerk, or a member of the precinct election board shall:
        (1) ask the voter to provide or update the voter's voter identification number;
        (2) tell the voter the number the voter may use as a voter identification number; and
        (3) explain to the voter that the voter is not required to provide or update a voter identification number at the polls.
    (h) The poll clerk, an assistant poll clerk, or a member of the precinct election board shall ask the voter to provide proof of identification.
    (i) In case of doubt concerning a voter's identity, the precinct election board shall compare the voter's signature with the signature on the affidavit of registration or any certified copy of the signature provided under IC 3-7-29. If the board determines that the voter's signature is authentic, the voter may then vote. If either poll clerk doubts the voter's identity following comparison of the signatures, the poll clerk shall challenge the voter in the manner prescribed by section 21 of this chapter.
    (j) If, in a precinct governed by subsection (g):
        (1) the poll clerk does not execute a challenger's affidavit; or
        (2) the voter executes a challenged voter's affidavit under section 22.1 of this chapter or executed the affidavit before signing the poll list;
the voter may then vote.
    (k) Each line on a poll list sheet provided to take a voter's current address must include a box under the heading "Address Unchanged" so that a voter whose residence address shown on the poll list is the voter's current residence address may check the box instead of writing the voter's current residence address on the poll list.

SOURCE: IC 3-11-8-25.5; (08)IN0325.1.12. -->     SECTION 12. IC 3-11-8-25.5, AS AMENDED BY P.L.164-2006, SECTION 102, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 25.5. (a) If an individual signs the individual's name and either:
        (1) signs the individual's address; or
        (2) checks the "Address Unchanged" box;
on the poll list under section 25.1 of this chapter and then leaves the polls without casting a ballot or after casting a provisional ballot, the voter may not be permitted to reenter the polls, to cast a ballot at the election. except as provided by subsection (b).
    (b) An individual who:
        (1) registers to vote on election day under IC 3-7-49; and
        (2) casts a provisional ballot under IC 3-11.7 because the individual is unable to present the documentation required under IC 3-7-49-2(a);
is entitled to reenter the polls solely to file a copy of the documentation required by IC 3-7-49-2(a) with the precinct election board in the individual's precinct so that the individual's provisional ballot may be counted under IC 3-11.7.

SOURCE: IC 3-11.7-2-1; (08)IN0325.1.13. -->     SECTION 13. IC 3-11.7-2-1, AS AMENDED BY P.L.164-2006, SECTION 121, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009]: Sec. 1. (a) As provided by 42 U.S.C. 15482, this section applies to the following individuals:
        (1) An individual:
            (A) whose name does not appear on the registration list; and
            (B) who is challenged under IC 3-10-1 or IC 3-11-8 after the voter makes an oral or a written affirmation under IC 3-7-48-5 or IC 3-7-48-7 or after the voter produces a certificate of error under IC 3-7-48-1.
        (2) An individual described by IC 3-10-1-10.5, IC 3-11-8-23.5, or IC 3-11-8-27.5 who is challenged as not eligible to vote.
        (3) An individual who seeks to vote in an election as a result of a court order (or any other order) extending the time established for closing the polls under IC 3-11-8-8.
         (4) An individual who is registering to vote at the polls but has not presented identification required under IC 3-7-49-2.
    (b) As required by 42 U.S.C. 15483, a voter who has registered to vote but has not:
        (1) presented identification required under 42 U.S.C. 15483 to the poll clerk before voting in person under IC 3-11-8-25.1; or
        (2) filed a copy of the identification required under 42 U.S.C. 15483 to the county voter registration office before the voter's absentee ballot is cast; or
         (3) presented identification required under IC 3-7-49-2 to the poll clerk before voting in person under IC 3-11-8-25.1;
is entitled to vote a provisional ballot under this article.
    (c) A precinct election officer shall inform an individual described by subsection (a)(1) or (a)(2) that the individual may cast a provisional

ballot if the individual:
        (1) is eligible to vote under IC 3-7-13-1;
        (2) submitted a voter registration application during the registration period described by IC 3-7-13-10 (or IC 3-7-36-11, if the voter registered under that section); and
        (3) executes an affidavit described in IC 3-10-1-9 or IC 3-11-8-23.
    (d) A precinct election officer shall inform an individual described by subsection (a)(3) that the individual may cast a provisional ballot.