The Pulaski County Election Commission is making one last attempt to learn where efforts to improve the voter registration database stand. The commission this week sent a letter to County Clerk Carolyn Staley. It asked her to attend a public meeting next week to provide information about the status of the database. Her office won`t say if she or anyone else will attend. Staley did not respond to Election Commission letters sent in August and September. A grand jury report found Staley`s failure to follow state laws on voter registration has been a big factor in problems voters have encountered at polls in recent years. The Election Commission is particularly interested in progress made in implementing precinct boundaries that become effective January 15th. If that`s not done, they say the May primary could be a massive headache.