Initiative. Changes laws regulating registration of voters. Requires new state-wide registration of voters commencing January 1, 1932; voter's registration to continue in force until cancelled at his request, or upon his death, removal, insanity, conviction of felony, or by judgment of cancellation; on January first of each subsequent odd-numbered year registration of any person not voting at last preceding August primary or November general election to be cancelled and notice thereof mailed such person at least ten days prior to close of registration for any subsequent election and such person must reregister before voting.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 609109; A: 57.7; N: 447371; B: 42.3
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Political Code sections 1083a, 1094, 1095a, 1097, 1103, 1105, 1106, 1115 and 1120. Repealed Cal. Political Code 1228 and 1229.
W. M. Kerr, Registrar of Voters, Los Angeles; J. H. Zemansky., Election Commissioner, San Francisco
Henry A. Pfister, President, County Clerks Association
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS California Proposition 14 (1930).