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HF 2643 - Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests - Iowa Key Vote

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Title: Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests

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Title: Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to concur with senate amendments and pass a bill that establishes a general fund budget and limits actions by county auditors regarding absentee ballot requests.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires the county commissioner of elections, if insufficient information has been provided on an absentee ballot request, including the absence of a voter verification number, to within 24-hours after the receipt of the absentee ballot request, contact the applicant by telephone and e-mail (Sec. 121).

  • Specifies that if the Commissioner is unable to contact the applicant by telephone or email, they may send a notice to the applicant at the address where they are registered to vote or to the applicant’s mailing address if it is different from their residence address (Sec. 121).

  • Specifies that if the applicant has requested the ballot to be sent to an address that is not the applicant’s residence address or mailing address, the Commissioner must send an additional notice to the address where the applicant requested the ballot to be sent (Sec. 121).

  • Prohibits a Commissioner from using the voter registration system to obtain additional necessary information (Sec. 121).

  • Appropriates $139.98 million for reimbursement for the homestead property tax credit program for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (Sec. 58).

  • Appropriates $20.5 million for implementing the elderly and disabled tax credit for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (Sec. 58).

  • Appropriates $37.6 million to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (Sec. 14).

  • Appropriates 181.02 million to the judicial branch (Sec. 9).

  • Appropriates $17.83 million to the Department of Human Services for health program operations (Sec. 37).

  • Appropriates $7.35 million to the state supplementary assistance program (Sec. 13).

  • Appropriates $23.66 million to the Department of Public Health for treating addictive disorders (Sec. 17).

  • Appropriates $5 million to the Department of Human Services for a grant to a single-county mental health and disability services region with a population of over 350,000 (Sec. 55).

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Title: Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to amend and pass a bill that establishes a general fund budget and limits actions by county auditors regarding absentee ballot requests.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires the county commissioner of elections, if insufficient information has been provided on an absentee ballot request, including the absence of a voter verification number, to within 24-hours after the receipt of the absentee ballot request, contact the applicant by telephone and e-mail (Sec. 121).

  • Specifies that if the Commissioner is unable to contact the applicant by telephone or email, they may send a notice to the applicant at the address where they are registered to vote or to the applicant’s mailing address if it is different from their residence address (Sec. 121).

  • Specifies that if the applicant has requested the ballot to be sent to an address that is not the applicant’s residence address or mailing address, the Commissioner must send an additional notice to the address where the applicant requested the ballot to be sent (Sec. 121).

  • Prohibits a Commissioner from using the voter registration system to obtain additional necessary information (Sec. 121).

  • Appropriates $139.98 million for reimbursement for the homestead property tax credit program for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (Sec. 58).

  • Appropriates $20.5 million for implementing the elderly and disabled tax credit for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (Sec. 58).

  • Appropriates $37.6 million to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (Sec. 14).

  • Appropriates 181.02 million to the judicial branch (Sec. 9).

  • Appropriates $17.83 million to the Department of Human Services for health program operations (Sec. 37).

  • Appropriates $7.35 million to the state supplementary assistance program (Sec. 13).

  • Appropriates $23.66 million to the Department of Public Health for treating addictive disorders (Sec. 17).

  • Appropriates $5 million to the Department of Human Services for a grant to a single-county mental health and disability services region with a population of over 350,000 (Sec. 55).

Title: Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests

Title: Establishes a General Fund Budget and Limits Actions of County Auditors Regarding Absentee Ballot Requests

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