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Section 17-3-53

Access by political parties to voter registration information.

Political parties, as defined in Section 17-13-40, may obtain all voter registration information, except for voters' Social Security numbers and month and day of birth, in the possession of boards of registrars or judges of probate concerning registered voters in their jurisdictions and to access statewide voter registration information pursuant to Section 17-4-33. The boards of registrars or judges of probate may collect the actual cost, if any, of providing the information. Nothing herein shall prohibit acts pertaining to individual counties which further provide for the availability of such voter information.

(Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §12.)
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