§ 17-20-9.3. Application by a civilian employed by the United States government and residing outside of the continental United States.
(a) A voter who is employed by any agency, department, or division of the United States government who by reason of that employment resides outside of the continental United States may, by certification to that effect by the voter's employer, require that an absentee ballot be sent to the voter automatically if that voter has registered to vote using the federal post card application (FPCA), for every election during the period of time for which the voter will reside outside of the continental United States. The certification by the employer shall be prepared in form by the secretary of state and shall include the name of the civilian employee, the address to which the voter's application shall be mailed, the name and signature of the employer completing the certification, and the length of time for which the individual will reside outside of the continental United States by reason of his or her employment.
(b) Notification of removal from the mailing list shall be sent to the applicant.
(P.L. 1994, ch. 156, § 1; P.L. 1994, ch. 390, § 1.)