29A.08.120  <<  29A.08.123 >>   29A.08.125

Registration electronically.

(1) A person who has a valid Washington state driver's license, state identification card, or tribal identification may submit a voter registration application electronically on the secretary of state's web site. A person who has a valid tribal identification card may submit a voter registration electronically on the secretary of state's web site if the secretary of state is able to obtain a copy of the applicant's signature from the federal government or the tribal government.
(2) The applicant must attest to the truth of the information provided on the application by affirmatively accepting the information as true.
(3) The applicant must affirmatively assent to use of his or her driver's license, state identification card, or tribal identification card signature for voter registration purposes.
(4) A voter registration application submitted electronically is otherwise considered a registration by mail.
(5) For each electronic application, the secretary of state must obtain a digital copy of the applicant's driver's license or state identification card signature from the department of licensing or tribal identification issuing authority.
(6) The secretary of state may employ additional security measures to ensure the accuracy and integrity of voter registration applications submitted electronically.

NOTES:

Effective date2007 c 157: "This act takes effect January 1, 2008." [ 2007 c 157 § 2.]
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