Q: I received a letter from the Office of the County Clerk, which contained a Voter Registration and Permanent Absentee form. The cover letter states that the county is updating its database of registered voters. It further states that the county is enclosing a Wikiwiki Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee Form for my use. The problem is that nowhere does the letter state whether someone who is already registered and does not wish to be a permanent absentee voter needs to return the form. The statement that the county is updating its database implies that I need to return the form to stay in the database. As a registered voter whose information has not changed and who does not wish to reregister as a permanent absentee, I do not want to be dropped from the rolls. Is it required that I return the form, even if none of my information has changed?