HB 1513-S2 - DIGEST

Provides locations for a person to sign up to register to vote when he or she is sixteen or seventeen years old.

Defines the term "future voter" as a United States citizen and state resident, age sixteen or seventeen, who wishes to provide information related to voter registration to the appropriate state agencies.

Requires a social studies teacher to coordinate a voter registration event in each history or social studies class attended by high school seniors.

Allows county auditors to help coordinate elements of the future voter program and participate in voter registration events for students on that day.

Requires the superintendent of public instruction, in consultation with the secretary of state, to update and distribute youth voter registration materials for eligible students.

Provides delivery options for voter registration applications.

Requires the secretary of state, for each electronic registration application, to obtain a digital copy of the applicant's driver's license or identicard signature from the department of licensing.

Exempts the following from public inspection and copying under the public records act: Certain information provided for a person under eighteen years old.