§ 820-2-9-.07. Cancellation And Surrender Of Free Alabama Photo Voter Identification Card Or Receipt
(1) The issuing agent for an Alabama photo voter identification card can cancel and require surrender of the card or receipt for said card upon confirmation that the card or receipt was issued to a person not entitled thereto. In the event a card or receipt is cancelled, notice shall be given to the county Board of Registrars who shall immediately record the cancellation in the statewide voter registration system and send notice by U.S. mail to the card recipient at the address shown on the card that was issued. The notice to the elector shall state that the elector shall have the right to appeal the cancellation through the appeals process outlined in Code of Alabama, section 17-3-55, as set forth in Rule 820-2-9-.06.
(2) After issuance, a free Alabama photo voter identification card or receipt can be cancelled if:
(a) The Board of Registrars receives official notice that an elector has been convicted of a felony determined by the Board to be a felony involving moral turpitude.
(b) An elector is deceased.
(c) The Board of Registrars receives official notice that an elector has registered to vote in another state.
(d) An elector is otherwise no longer qualified to vote.(New Rule: Filed October 22, 2013; effective November 26, 2013.)
Authors: Jean Brown; Ed Packard; Julie Sinclair.
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, § 17-9-30 (2011).
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