A county voter registration office shall, with regard to voter registration information concerning voters of the county on a computerized system, act in accordance with a nondiscriminatory uniform policy adopted by the county election board. The policy must either permit a person to duplicate or obtain a duplicate copy of a computer tape, computer disc, microfilm, or other similar record system that contains this voter registration information or not permit the person to duplicate or obtain a duplicate copy of the information.
UPDATE: Paul Ogden reports on his blog that the election board voted 2-1 today against adopting a policy for making voter registration records available to candidates on a non-discriminatory basis. According to Ogden, Marion Co. Clerk Beth White cast the dissenting vote, with Chairman Mark Sullivan (D) and Patrick Dietrick (R) voting against the adoption of a policy. It looks like it will take a lawsuit by a candidate denied access to the records to force the board to adopt a nondiscriminatory policy.