§ 20131. Definitions.
2 CA ADC § 20131BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 2. Administration
Division 7. Secretary of State
Chapter 3. Voting Locations
Article 1. Vote-By-Mail Ballot Drop Boxes and Vote-By-Mail Drop-off Locations
2 CCR § 20131
§ 20131. Definitions.
(a) “Designated ballot retrievers” shall mean authorized county employees, representatives, poll workers, or vote center workers, authorized by the elections official to retrieve ballots from drop boxes, or temporary workers or volunteers retained and authorized by the elections official to retrieve ballots from drop boxes.
(b) “Secure ballot container” shall mean a lockable and secure container that is placed inside a drop box or is a stand-alone container. If a secure ballot container is used inside a drop box, ballots are deposited directly into that container. A secure ballot container is not required for all drop boxes.
(c) “Secure ballot transfer device” shall mean a sealable or lockable container that ballots deposited into the drop box shall be placed in by the designated ballot retrievers for secure transport to the office of the county elections official, a ballot receiving center, a designated central count location, or a ballot processing location.
(d) “Staffed drop box” shall mean a drop box or a secure ballot container that is placed in a location that is in the view of a live person who is employed at the location of the drop box, a city or county employee, or a temporary worker or volunteer retained for the purpose of monitoring the drop box. A staffed drop box is typically not available for use by a voter 24 hours a day.
(e) “Unstaffed drop box” shall mean a secured drop box that is not within view of a live person for monitoring and is available for use by a voter 24 hours a day.
(f) “Vote-by-mail ballot drop box” or “drop box” shall have the meaning set forth in California Elections Code section 3025(a)(1).
(g) “Vote-by-mail ballot drop-off location” or “drop-off location” shall have the meaning set forth in California Elections Code section 3025(a)(2).
Note: Authority cited: Section 12172.5, Government Code; and Sections 10 and 3025, Elections Code. Reference: Section 3025, Elections Code.
1. New section filed 1-11-2018; operative 1-11-2018 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 2).
This database is current through 7/24/20 Register 2020, No. 30
2 CCR § 20131, 2 CA ADC § 20131
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