Will I remain registered even if I don't vote in every election?
You cannot be removed from the voter rolls simply for not voting. In order to cancel someone from our rolls entirely, we must receive official notice that the voter has moved, registered elsewhere, died, or been convicted of a felony. To remain actively registered, you must be able to receive mail at your address. If mail is returned to our office by the Postal Service, you are placed on an "inactive" status. Your registration cannot be completely cancelled until you been on inactive status through two general elections. For more information, please call the Auditor's Office at 563-245-1106.

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1. Who can register to vote?
2. Do I have to register before each election?
3. Will I remain registered even if I don't vote in every election?
4. Who can register voters?
5. Can I register to vote if I have a Green Card?
6. Can an ex-felon register and vote?
7. Who can obtain access to the registration list? What if I don't want my address released?
8. Does registering to vote mean I'll get jury duty?
9. Can a change be made in my registration without my knowledge?