Nev. Admin. Code § 293.454 - Establishment and maintenance of computerized database of registered voters
Current through August 4, 2021
NRS 293.124, 293.675
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NAC 293.454 Establishment and maintenance of computerized database of registered voters. (NRS 293.124, 293.675)
1. Each county clerk shall establish and maintain a computerized database of registered voters in the county that is compatible with the statewide voter registration list and meets such technical requirements as may be prescribed by the Secretary of State. The database must include, without limitation:
(a) Except as otherwise provided in NAC 293.476, the name, residential address and date of birth of each registered voter in the county;
(b) For each registered voter described in paragraph (a):
(1) At least one of the following:
(I) The driver’s license number or identification card number of the registered voter;
(II) The last four digits of the social security number of the registered voter; or
(III) An indication that the county clerk received from the registered voter the affidavit described in subsection 5 of NRS 293.507;
(2) A voting history indicating the dates on which and locations at which the registered voter cast a ballot in an election;
(3) Except as otherwise provided in NRS 293.2725, whether the registered voter provided, at the time that he or she registered to vote, official identification as required pursuant to NRS 293.517;
(4) If the county clerk has mailed a written notice to the voter pursuant to NRS 293.530, the date that the notice was mailed and an indication of whether the registered voter responded to the notice;
(5) If the county clerk has designated the registered voter as inactive pursuant to NRS 293.530, the effective date of the designation;
(6) If the county clerk has cancelled the registration of the registered voter, the effective date of the cancellation; and
(7) If the registered voter submitted his or her application to register to vote on or after January 1, 2006, a determination of whether the registered voter has submitted a ballot in a federal election; and
(c) A determination of whether the registered voter submitted to the county clerk an application to register to vote that contains incorrect or incomplete information.
2. The county clerk shall classify the registration of each registered voter in the computerized database established pursuant to subsection 1 using the following classifications, as applicable:
(a) “Active,” if the residential address of the registered voter is current.
(b) “Active pending,” if the registered voter:
(1) Has provided all critical eligibility criteria but must have information concerning his or her registration confirmed; or
(2) Is required to provide some type of identification before voting but is otherwise eligible to vote.
(c) “Cancelled,” if the registration of the registered voter is cancelled pursuant to NRS 293.530.
(d) “Fatal pending,” if the registered voter has failed to provide certain critical eligibility criteria and is ineligible to vote until the critical eligibility criteria is provided to the county clerk.
(e) “Inactive,” if the registered voter failed to return a postcard mailed pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 293.530.
(f) “P-17,” if the registered voter was under 18 years of age at the time he or she submitted the application to register to vote but will be 18 years of age or older on or before the day of the election.
(g) “Void,” if the application of the person to register to vote is void pursuant to subsection 6 of NRS 293.5235 or subsection 4 of NRS 293.524.
3. Each election board officer shall determine the eligibility of a person to vote on the basis of the classification indicated on the statewide voter registration list for the following classifications:
(a) A person whose registration is classified as “active,” “active pending” or “inactive” is eligible to vote.
(b) A person whose registration is classified as “P-17” is eligible to vote if the election takes place on or after the person’s 18th birthday.
(c) A person whose registration is classified as “cancelled,” “fatal pending” or “void” is ineligible to vote, unless the county clerk, deputy clerk or election board officer determines on or before the date of the election that, pursuant to law, the person is eligible to vote.
4. As used in this section, “critical eligibility criteria” includes the signature of the registered voter on his or her application to register to vote, the information described in paragraph (a) of subsection 1 and the information described in subparagraph (1) of paragraph (b) of subsection 1.
(Added to NAC by Sec’y of State by R018-07, eff. 9-18-2008)