(1) Except as otherwise provided by this code, the secretary of state shall approve
all forms required by this code, which forms shall be followed by county clerk and
recorders, election judges, and other election officials. Prior to approving any election form, the secretary shall determine and consider
best practices in the design and development of the form in order to minimize voter
confusion and maximize ease of use.
(2) A registered elector shall make elector registration information changes on an
approved form, and the elector registration information changes must be entered on
the elector's registration record and retained and stored in the statewide voter registration
(3) The secretary of state shall promulgate rules in accordance with article 4 of
title 24, C.R.S., as may be necessary to administer and enforce any requirement of
this section, including any rules necessary to specify what constitutes approved and
acceptable forms certified for use by eligible voters, campaigns, and voter registration
drives and acceptance by election officials and any rules necessary to establish uniformity
regarding the use of forms.
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