Each election authority shall have the following duties with respect to registration:
(1) To conduct registration at its office or offices throughout the entire year, including
any four-week period prior to an election for the purpose of registration of persons
for subsequent elections, on all usual business days and during its regular office
hours in the manner required by this chapter;
(2) To instruct and direct each deputy registration official in the performance of
his or her duties including those agencies mandated and optional, including as optional
any institution of higher education located in the state, under the National Voter
Registration Act of 1993 and to supply each deputy with the proper registration forms
and other necessary supplies;
(3) To designate the times, dates and places or areas for additional voter registration
by any deputy appointed pursuant to subsection 2 of section 115.143, and to publicize the times, dates and places or areas of such registration in any
manner reasonably calculated to inform the public; provided, that the place or area
for voter registration by deputies appointed under subsection 3 of section 115.143 shall be located in the school for which the deputy has been appointed;
(4) Retain all voter registration records and registration list maintenance records
for a minimum of two years. The election authority shall compile data from the records as may be necessary for
compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993;
(5) Number or use another system of identifying the original agency of the voter registration
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