Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 16-121.01

Current through L. 2022, ch. 388
Section 16-121.01 - [Effective Until 9/23/2022] Requirements for proper registration
A. A person is presumed to be properly registered to vote on completion of a registration form as prescribed by section 16-152 that contains at least the name, the residence address or the location, the date of birth and the signature or other statement of the registrant as prescribed by section 16-152, subsection A, paragraph 20 and a checkmark or other appropriate indicator that the person answered "yes" to the question regarding citizenship. The completed registration form must also contain the person's Arizona driver license number, the nonoperating identification license number issued pursuant to section 28-3165, the last four digits of the person's social security number or the person's affirmation that if an Arizona driver license number, nonoperating identification license number or the last four digits of the person's social security number is not provided, the person does not possess a valid Arizona driver or nonoperating identification license or a social security number and the person is hereby requesting that a unique identifying number be assigned by the secretary of state pursuant to section 16-152, subsection A, paragraph 12, subdivision (c).
B. The presumption in subsection A of this section may be rebutted only by clear and convincing evidence of any of the following:
1. That the registrant is not the person whose name appears on the register.
2. That the registrant has not resided in this state for twenty-nine days next preceding the election or other event for which the registrant's status as properly registered is in question.
3. That the registrant is not properly registered at an address permitted by section 16-121.
4. That the registrant is not a qualified registrant under section 16-101.

A.R.S. § 16-121.01

This section is set out more than once due to postponed, multiple, or conflicting amendments.