16-168. Precinct registers; date of preparation; contents; copies; reports; violation; classification
- By the tenth day preceding the primary and general elections the county recorder shall prepare from the original registration forms or from electronic media at least four lists that are printed or typed on paper of all qualified electors in each precinct in the county, and such lists shall be the official precinct registers.
- The official precinct registers for use at the polling place shall contain at least the names in full, party preference, date of registration and residence address of each qualified elector in the respective precincts. Such names shall be in alphabetical order and, in a column to the left of the names, such names shall be numbered consecutively beginning with number 1 in each precinct register.
- For purposes of transmitting voter registration information as prescribed by this subsection, computer generated disks or computer software with at least six hundred forty megabytes of storage in counties with a population over five hundred thousand in the last decennial census shall be the principal media. A county or state chairman who is eligible to receive copies of precinct registers as prescribed by this subsection may request that the recorder provide a paper copy of the precinct registers. The county recorder shall, in addition to preparing the official precinct registers, provide a means for mechanically or electronically reproducing the precinct registers and shall unless otherwise agreed deliver within eight days after the close of registration for the primary and general elections, without charge, on the same day one electronic media copy of each precinct register within the county to the county chairman and one electronic media copy to the state chairman of each party which has at least four candidates other than presidential electors appearing upon the ballot in that county at the current election. The county recorder shall also, upon request and without charge, deliver one electronic media copy of the precinct register to the Arizona legislative council. The county recorder of a county with a population of fewer than four hundred thousand persons shall, on the same day precinct registers are delivered to county chairmen, deliver one electronic media copy of each precinct register within the county to the state chairman of each party which has at least four candidates other than presidential electors appearing on the ballot in this state at the current election. The copies of the precinct registers shall be on magnetic computer disks or computer software with at least six hundred forty megabytes of storage which shall include for each elector the following information:
- Name in full and appropriate title.
- Party preference.
- Date of registration.
- Residence address.
- Mailing address, if different from residence address.
- Zip code.
WARNING - The above text was curent June 2003,
but may be outdated now.