(1) If an elector whose residence is in the state of Colorado is convicted of a felony
in a district court of the United States, the United States attorney shall give written
notice of the conviction to the secretary of state of Colorado. The notice shall include the name of the offender, the offender's age and residence
address, the date of entry of the judgment, a description of the offenses of which
the offender was convicted, and the sentence imposed by the court. The United States attorney shall additionally give the secretary of state written
notice of the vacation of the judgment if the conviction is overturned.
(2) The secretary of state shall forward the information received pursuant to this
section to the applicable county clerk and recorder of the county in which the offender
(3) The county clerk and recorder shall cancel the registration of the elector as
of the date of receipt of the information from the secretary of state, and the registration
shall remain canceled until the offender reregisters to vote.
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