85R583 ATP-D
  By: Bettencourt S.B. No. 1230
  relating to the cancellation of a person's voter registration on
  notice that the person has acknowledged that the person is not a
         SECTION 1.  Section 16.031(a), Election Code, is amended to
  read as follows:
         (a)  The registrar shall cancel a voter's registration
  immediately on receipt of:
               (1)  notice under Section 13.072(b) or 15.021 or a
  response under Section 15.053 that the voter's residence is outside
  the county;
               (2)  an abstract of the voter's death certificate under
  Section 16.001(a) or an abstract of an application indicating that
  the voter is deceased under Section 16.001(b);
               (3)  an abstract of a final judgment of the voter's
  total mental incapacity, partial mental incapacity without the
  right to vote, conviction of a felony, or disqualification under
  Section 16.002, 16.003, or 16.004;
               (4)  notice under Section 112.012 that the voter has
  applied for a limited ballot in another county;
               (5)  notice from a voter registration official in
  another state that the voter has registered to vote outside this
               (6)  notice from the early voting clerk under Section
  101.053 [101.0041] that a federal postcard application submitted by
  an applicant states a voting residence address located outside the
  registrar's county; [or]
               (7)  notice from the secretary of state that the voter
  has registered to vote in another county, as determined by the
  voter's driver's license number or personal identification card
  number issued by the Department of Public Safety or social security
  number; or
               (8)  a list under Section 18.068 of this code or Section
  62.113, Government Code, of persons excused or disqualified from
  jury service because of citizenship status that includes the voter,
  or other notice from any governmental agency that the voter has
  acknowledged that the voter is not a citizen of the United States.
         SECTION 2.  Section 16.036(a), Election Code, is amended to
  read as follows:
         (a)  Immediately after, but not later than the 30th day after
  the date a voter's registration is canceled under Section
  16.031(a)(3) or (8), 16.033, or 16.0331, [or 16.0332,] the
  registrar shall deliver written notice of the cancellation to the
         SECTION 3.  Section 19.001(a), Election Code, is amended to
  read as follows:
         (a)  Before May 15 of each year, the registrar shall prepare
  and submit to the secretary of state a statement containing:
               (1)  the total number of initial registrations for the
  previous voting year;
               (2)  the total number of registrations canceled under
  Sections 16.031(a)(1) and (8) and Section [,] 16.033[, and 16.0332]
  for the previous voting year; and
               (3)  the total number of registrations for which
  information was updated for the previous voting year.
         SECTION 4.  Sections 62.113(b) and (c), Government Code, are
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  On the third business day of each month, the clerk shall
  send a copy of the list of persons excused or disqualified because
  of citizenship in the previous month to:
               (1)  the voter registrar of the county;
               (2)  the county official responsible for administering
               (3)  the secretary of state; and
               (4) [(3)]  the county or district attorney, as
  applicable, for an investigation of whether the person committed an
  offense under Section 13.007 or 64.012, Election Code, or other
         (c)  A list compiled under this section may not be used for a
  purpose other than a purpose described by Subsection (b) or Section
  16.031(a)(8) [16.0332] or 18.068, Election Code.
         SECTION 5.  Section 16.0332, Election Code, is repealed.
         SECTION 6.  This Act takes effect September 1, 2017.