Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 3.0230 ]
(a) Any previously qualified voter whose name has been removed from the Official Roll of registered voters may apply to have his name restored in the Official roll.
(b) When a previously qualified voter appears in person before an election officer to re-register, he must complete and sign a new registration application. Copies of documentation that previously established the voter’s qualifications, and that is maintained in the voter’s file, may be utilized to establish the voter’s qualifications. However, the Election Office may require further proof of residency.
(c) When a previously qualified voter who is not present in American Samoa requests in writing to re-register, the election officer must compare the signature in the written request to that contained in the voter’s file. If the signatures do not match, the Election Office may require further proof from the applicant. If the signatures match, the Election Office must complete a new registration application with the updated information received from the applicant. Copies of documentation that previously established the voter’s qualifications and domiciliary in American Samoa, and that is maintained in the voter’s file, are sufficient to reestablish the voter’s qualifications.History: Rule 1-2004, eff. June 16 04.