No. Your voter registration certificate will be mailed to you every two years at your address of record. If you do not receive your certificate, and you have moved to a new address within your same county, you will still be eligible to vote for a certain period of time; however, if you do not vote in two consecutive federal elections and have not updated your address, your name will be removed from the voter registration rolls.
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