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SECTION 10-107
Military voters; designation of means of transmission by military voters
Election (ELN) CHAPTER 17, ARTICLE 10
§ 10-107. Military voters; designation of means of transmission by
military voters. 1. A military voter may designate a preference to
receive a voter registration application, a military ballot application
or a military ballot by mail, facsimile transmission or electronic mail.
Such designation shall remain in effect until revoked or changed by the
military voter. If a military voter does not designate a preference, the
board of elections shall transmit the voter registration application,
military ballot application or military ballot by mail. If a military
voter designates a preference for facsimile transmission or electronic
mail but does not provide the necessary facsimile number or e-mail
address, the board of elections shall transmit the voter registration
application, military ballot application or military ballot by mail and
request the omitted information. All communications to the military
voter shall include the mailing address of the board of elections.

2. Irrespective of the preferred method of transmission designated by
a military voter, a military voter's original completed voter
registration application, military ballot application and military
ballot must be returned by mail or in person notwithstanding that a
prior copy was sent to the board of elections by facsimile transmission
or electronic mail.