Current as of: 2009
(a) Each registrar is entitled to receive the sum of the following amounts:
(1) 25 cents multiplied by the number of initial registrations certified under Section 19.001(a)(1);
(2) 40 cents multiplied by the number of canceled registrations certified under Section 19.001(a)(2);
(3) 40 cents multiplied by the number of updated registrations under Section 19.001(a)(3); and
(4) in each even-numbered year, 40 cents multiplied by the difference between the number of registered voters and the number of initial registrations certified for the two previous voting years.
(b) After June 1 of each year, the comptroller of public accounts shall issue warrants pursuant to vouchers submitted by the registrar and approved by the secretary of state in amounts that in the aggregate do not exceed the registrar's entitlement. The secretary of state shall prescribe the procedures necessary to implement this subsection.
(c) The comptroller may require additional proof to substantiate the information in the certified statement before issuing a warrant.
(d) The comptroller may not issue a warrant if on June 1 of the year in which the warrant is to be issued the most recent notice received by the comptroller from the secretary of state under Section 18.065 indicates that the registrar is not in substantial compliance with Section 15.083, 16.032, 18.042, or 18.065 or with rules implementing the registration service program.
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