When survivors leave abusive relationships, their privacy is vital for their safety. If a survivor’s new voter registration information becomes public, an abuser could show up at their voting precinct or home address. If you believe the disclosure of your voter information presents a life-threatening circumstance such as an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy or exposure to the risk of bodily harm, you may file a request for confidential status with your local county clerk.
To learn more about voter confidentiality and how you can make your voter information confidential, read our complete technical assistance bulletin here.
Chelsey Stewart (Training & Technical Assistance Specialist)
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