Oklahoma Bill Would Require Recordkeeping Of Election Documents
As the 2012 election year begins, the Oklahoma legislature is considering a bill that would require Notaries to maintain a log of all absentee ballot affidavits they notarize for a period of at least two years after the date of the election.
The proposed legislation, Senate Bill 1466, would also limit Notaries from notarizing more than 20 absentee ballot affidavits each for a single election. If the bill becomes law, Oklahoma Notaries could fulfill both requirements by keeping an accurate journal of Notarial Acts.
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