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Mon Dec 8, 2014, 02:51 PM

1. what is the current procedure for voter notification when a signature doesn't match?

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Is the voter notified by mail, how long does it take, would a response/petition for consideration be handled in time to participate in recounts?

Seems like there's a lot I just don't know about our system.

Edit: google is my friend, looked it up. Here's the procedures: http://sos.oregon.gov/elections/documents/vbm_manual.pdf
pages 44 and 45 are relevant. Looks like if there's a mismatch, the voter gets notified by mail, and has to respond within 2 weeks of the election - kind of a tight timeline. If the voter doesn't respond, they get put on the inactive list -- so better respond pronto!

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