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Indiana Code Title 3. Elections § 3-7-48-7

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Sec. 7. (a) A voter shall be permitted to vote in a precinct upon written affirmation of the voter's residence in the precinct if:

(1) the voter produces a registration receipt indicating that the voter completed a registration application at a license branch or voter registration agency under this article on a date within the registration period;

(2) the county voter registration office advises the precinct election board that the office:

(A) approved the application;  or

(B) has no record of either approving or rejecting the application;  and

(3) the voter completes a registration application and provides the completed application to the precinct election board before voting.

(b) A county election board shall provide each precinct election board with a sufficient number of the registration applications for the purposes described in subsection (a).  The precinct election board shall attach the completed registration applications to the poll list for processing by the county voter registration office under IC 3-10-1-31.1.

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