What if I get a card at my house for someone who no longer lives here?
Check the box marked "The person to whom this card is addressed does not live at this address" and sign the card. The person will be placed on inactive status. If you know the person or they are a family member, you may wish to contact the person and ask them to contact our office. We cannot cancel a voter's record without the voter's own signature, unless:
- We receive notice from another jurisdiction that the voter has registered there.
- We receive notice that the voter has died or been convicted of a felony.
- The voter has been inactive through 2 general elections.

Our office also, as required by law, has mailed letters to voters who have recently been cancelled after being inactive through two general elections. If you receive one of these letters for someone who is no longer at your address, you do not need to take any additional action. For more information, please call the Auditor's Office at 563-245-1106.

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1. What if you receive a 4-year no activity card and the address is correct?
2. What if you receive a 4-year no activity card and the address is incorrect?
3. What if a 4-year no activity card is returned to our office as undeliverable by the Postal Service?
4. What if I get a card at my house for someone who no longer lives here?