11 CFR 9428.7 - Contents of reports from the states.
(a) The chief state election official shall provide the information required under this section with the Commission by March 31 of each odd-numbered year beginning March 31, 1995 on a form to be provided by the Commission. Reports shall be mailed to: National Clearinghouse on Election Administration, Election Assistance Commission, 1201 New York Avenue, NW., Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005. The data to be reported in accordance with this section shall consist of applications or responses received up to and including the date of the preceding federal general election.
(b) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, the report required under this section shall include:
(1) The total number of registered voters statewide, including both “active” and “inactive” voters if such a distinction is made by the state, in the federal general election two years prior to the most recent federal general election;
(2) The total number of registered voters statewide, including both “active” and “inactive” voters if such a distinction is made by the state, in the most recent federal election;
(3) The total number of new valid registrations accepted statewide between the past two federal general elections, including all registrations that are new to the local jurisdiction and re-registrations across jurisdictional lines, but excluding all applications that are duplicates, rejected, or report only a change of name, address, or (where applicable) party preference within the local jurisdiction;
(4) If the state distinguishes between “active” and “inactive” voters, the total number of registrants statewide that were considered “inactive” at the close of the most recent federal general election;
(5) The total number of registrations statewide that were, for whatever reason, deleted from the registration list, including both “active” and “inactive” voters if such a distinction is made by the state, between the past two federal general elections;
(6) The statewide number of registration applications received statewide (regardless of whether they were valid, rejected, duplicative, or address, name or party changes) that were received from or generated by each of the following categories:
(i) All motor vehicle offices statewide;
(iii) All public assistance agencies that are mandated as registration sites under the Act;
(iv) All state-funded agencies primarily serving persons with disabilities;
(v) All Armed Forces recruitment offices;
(vi) All other agencies designated by the state;
(vii) All other means, including but not limited to, in person, deputy registrars, and organized voter registration drives delivering forms directly to registrars;
(7) The total number of duplicate registration applications statewide that, between the past two federal general elections were received in the appropriate election office and generated by each of the categories described in paragraphs (b)(6) (i) through (vii) of this section;
(8) The statewide number of confirmation notices mailed out between the past two federal general elections and the statewide number of responses received to these notices during the same period;
(9) Answers to a series of questions with categorical responses for the state to indicate which options or procedures the state has selected in implementing the NVRA or any significant changes to the state's voter registration program; and
(10) Any additional information that would be helpful to the Commission for meeting the reporting requirement under 42 U.S.C. 1973gg-7(a)(3).
(c) For the State report due March 31, 1995, the chief state election official need only provide the information described in paragraph (b)(2) of this section and a brief narrative or general description of the state's implementation of the NVRA.