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The election officials shall keep a register or registers in which each voter before receiving a ballot shall sign the voter's name and give both a residence and mailing address. A record shall be kept in the registration book in space provided of the names of persons who offer to vote but who actually do not vote, and a brief statement of explanation. The signing of the register constitutes a declaration by the voter that the voter is qualified to vote.
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