Sec. 6. (a) When an applicant submits an application described in section 5(b)(1) of this chapter by use of the secure Internet web site established under this chapter, the bureau shall compare the information submitted by the applicant with the information maintained in the bureau’s data base listing individuals who possess a current and valid Indiana:

(1) driver’s license; or

(2) identification card for nondrivers.

Terms Used In Indiana Code 3-7-26.7-6

(b) If the bureau confirms that the applicant possesses a current and valid:

(1) Indiana driver’s license issued under IC 9-24; or

(2) Indiana identification card for nondrivers issued under IC 9-24-16;

the completed application and information compiled by the bureau (including the digital signature of the applicant) shall be submitted to the county voter registration office in the county in which the applicant currently resides using the computerized statewide voter registration list maintained under IC 3-7-26.3.

(c) If the bureau is unable to confirm that the applicant possesses a current and valid:

(1) Indiana driver’s license issued under IC 9-24; or

(2) Indiana identification card for nondrivers issued under IC 9-24-16;

the Internet web site must display a message advising the applicant to review and correct all errors, and that there was an error validating the driver’s license or identification card entered by the applicant. The Internet web site may not permit the applicant to continue the registration process unless the bureau is able to confirm that the number entered belongs to an individual.

As added by P.L.120-2009, SEC.3. Amended by P.L.64-2014, SEC.10.