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California Laws | Election Code
DIVISION 2. VOTERS
CHAPTER 3. CANCELLATION AND VOTER FILE MAINTENANCE

(b) If the proceeding under the Welfare and Institutions Code is heard by a jury, the jury shall unanimously find that the person is not capable of completing an affidavit of voter registration before the person shall be disqualified from voting. (677)

(c) Whenever an order establishing a conservatorship is made and in connection with the order it is found that the person is not capable of completing an affidavit of voter registration, the court shall forward the order and determination to the county elections official of the person's county of residence. (678)

2209. (a) For conservatorships established pursuant to Division 4 (commencing with Section 1400) of the Probate Code, the court investigator shall, during the yearly or biennial review of the conservatorship as required by Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 1850) of Part 3 of Division 4 of the Probate Code, review the person' s capability of completing an affidavit of voter registration in accordance with Section 2150. (679)

(b) If the person had been disqualified from voting by reason of being incapable of completing an affidavit of voter registration, the court investigator shall determine whether the person has become capable of completing the affidavit, and, the investigator shall so inform the court. (680)

If the investigator finds that the person is capable of completing the affidavit, the court shall hold a hearing to determine whether the person is in fact capable of completing the affidavit. If the person is found to be capable of completing the affidavit, the person' s right to register to vote shall be restored and the court shall so notify the county elections official. (681)

(c) If the person had not been found to be incapable of completing an affidavit of voter registration, and, the court investigator determines that the person is no longer capable of completing the affidavit, the investigator shall so notify the court. The court shall hold a hearing to determine whether the person is capable of completing an affidavit of voter registration, and, if the court determines that the person is not so able, the court shall order the person to be disqualified from voting and the court will so notify the county elections official. (682)

2210. (a) If the person or the person and estate is under a conservatorship established pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5350) of Part 1 of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, the person may contest his or her disqualification from voting pursuant to the procedure set forth in Section 5358.3 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. (683)

(b) When the conservatorship described in subdivision (a) terminates after one year, the person's right to register to vote shall also be automatically restored and notification to the appropriate county elections official shall be made. If a petition is filed for the reappointment of the conservator, a new determination shall be made as to whether the person should be disqualified from voting. (684)

(c) If the right to vote is restored pursuant to Section 5358.3 of the Welfare and Institutions Code or if the conservatorship is terminated in a proceeding held pursuant to Section 5364 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, the court shall notify the county elections official of the person's county of residence that the person's right to register to vote is restored. (685)

2211. (a) Any person who (1) has plead not guilty by reason of insanity and who has been found to be not guilty pursuant to Section 1026 of the Penal Code, (2) has been found incompetent to stand trial and whose trial or judgment has been suspended pursuant to Section 1370 of the Penal Code, (3) has been convicted of a felony and who was judicially determined to be a mentally disordered sex offender pursuant to former Section 6300 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, as repealed by Chapter 928 of the Statutes of 1981, or (4) has been convicted of a felony and is being treated at a state hospital pursuant to Section 2684 of the Penal Code shall be disqualified from voting or registering to vote during that time that the person is involuntarily confined, pursuant to a court order, in a public or private facility. (686)

(b) Upon the order of commitment to a treatment facility referred to in subdivision (a), the court shall notify the elections official of the county of residence of the person and order the person to be disqualified from voting or registering to vote. (687)

(c) If the person is later released from the public or private treatment facility, the court shall notify the county elections official of the county of residence of the person that the right of the person to register to vote is restored. (688)

2212. The clerk of the superior court of each county, on the basis of the records of the court, shall furnish to the chief elections official of the county, not less frequently than the first day of April and the first day of September of each year, a statement showing the names, addresses, and dates of birth of all persons who have been convicted of felonies since the clerk's last report. The elections official shall, during the first week of April and the first week of September in each year, cancel the affidavits of registration of those persons who are currently imprisoned or on parole for the conviction of a felony. The clerk shall certify the statement under the seal of the court. (689)

2213. Any person may proceed by action in the superior court to compel the county elections official to cancel any registration made illegally or which should be canceled by reason of facts that have occurred subsequent to the registration. If the voter whose registration is sought to be canceled is not a party to the action, the court may order him or her to be made a party defendant. (690)

The county elections official and as many persons against whom there are causes of action may be joined as defendants. (691)

Article 2. Residency Confirmation Procedures (2220-2226) (692)(Text)

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