Duran insists that's why she initiated the project and will eventually ask counties to purge some of these voters from the rolls.
The postcards, mailed to voters last month with instructions to return them with a current address, are a standard part of a state election administrator's job.
The rules governing registration vary between jurisdictions.
Some jurisdictions have "election day registration" and others do not require registration, or may require production of evidence of entitlement to vote at time of voting.
In an effort to boost Mexico’s voter turnout for the upcoming 2018 presidential elections, Mexico will issue for the first time a voter ID card to Mexican citizens living outside of the country.
Mexicans living in the United States have been among the first to apply for the tamper-proof photo-ID cards which feature a thumbprint and a hologram similar to those which have been distributed to citizens living in México the last 20 years. 8, Mexicans have been able to apply for the “Credencial para Votar” in 36 Mexican consular offices across the United States, including Austin, Los Angeles and Albuquerque.