Q May clerical personnel of a city who are not deputy city clerks but have been appointed deputy county registrars of voters by the county circuit clerk register voters for both city and county purposes?

A The registration of voters by deputy county registrars – even though they are not deputy municipal clerks – are registrations as county voters which, as a matter of law, will also register them as municipal voters if they are residents of a municipality within the county. (Attorney General’s Opinion to Ramsay dated November 15, 2010)