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25-1801.Eligibility to vote for presidential and vice-presidential electors; definitions. (a) Each citizen of the United States, who, at the time of any general election at which presidential electors or candidates for the offices of president or vice-president of the United States are to be voted for, is a "new resident," "former resident" or a "relocated resident" of this state, as hereinafter defined, shall be entitled to vote for presidential and vice-presidential electors at that election, but for no other officers, if (1) such person otherwise possesses the substantive qualifications to vote in this state, except the requirement of residence, and (2) such person complies with the provisions of this act.

(b) (1) "New resident" means one who, immediately prior to such person's removal to this state, was a resident of another state and who shall have resided in this state for less than 45 days next preceding such general election.

(2) "Former resident" means one who has removed such person's place of residence from this state less than 45 days next preceding such general election but who was a registered voter at the time of removal.

(3) "Relocated resident" means one who has relocated such person's place of residence from one precinct in this state to another precinct in this state 20 days or less next preceding such general election but who was a registered voter in such person's former precinct of residence.

History: L. 1963, ch. 232, § 1; L. 1972, ch. 137, § 1; L. 1974, ch. 156, § 3; L. 1985, ch. 118, § 1; July 1.



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