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16-126 - Authority to vote in presidential election after moving from state
16-126. Authority to vote in presidential election after moving from state
A. Each person who is properly registered as an elector in any precinct in this state and who has begun residence in another state after the thirtieth day immediately preceding an election in which presidential electors are chosen shall retain his right to vote for presidential electors to be elected, but for no other offices in such election. Such vote may be cast by early ballot in the precinct from which he has removed, in person at the office of the county recorder or by mail.
B. Ballots cast by early voting procedures pursuant to this section shall be in the form prescribed by the secretary of state.
C. All applicants pursuant to this section shall have their registration canceled promptly following the election.