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Request to Cancel Voter Registration

Any registered voter may request that his or her name be removed from the voter registration rolls. The voter may complete a Request to Cancel Voter Registration form and send it to the County Election Board in the county where he or she is registered to vote, requesting that his or her voter registration be canceled. The request must be notarized or witnessed by two persons.

Request to Cancel Registration of Deceased Voter

A deceased voter's registration may be canceled upon request of the voter's next of kin.

The deceased voter's next of kin may complete the Request to Cancel Registration of Deceased Voter and send it to the County Election Board in the county where the deceased voter is registered. The request must be notarized or witnessed by two persons.

Use of the official form is not required, however. The deceased voter's next of kin may send a written statement regarding the voter's death to the County Election Board in the county where the deceased voter is registered. The statement must include the voter's complete name, address and date of birth. This statement must be notarized or witnessed by two persons.  A certified copy of a death certificate may also be provided to the County Election Board.
The next of kin also may complete the "Request to Cancel Registration of Deceased Voter" at his or her polling place on election day.
Last Modified on Apr 19, 2021
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