Representative Lee, co-prime bill sponsor, presented Senate Bill 18-150. The bill allows a person on parole to preregister to vote. A person preregistered to vote is automatically registered when the Department of State (DOS) receives notice from the Department of Corrections (DOC) that the preregistered person has been released from parole. Parole officers are required to provide parolees with information for how they can preregister to vote at their initial meeting. At the last meeting prior to his or her release from parole, the parole officer must provide the parolee with information on how to register, confirm, or update voter registration, how to obtain and cast a ballot, and how to obtain voter informational materials. The DOC must provide a report on all individuals released from parole to the DOS on a regular basis. This bill also expands the duties of a probation officer to provide voter information to persons on probation.