1. Colorado Motor Voter Registration Case Study 12.21 Update

    Lisa J. Danetz has released an updated case study of Colorado’s administrative and legislative motor voter process improvements and voter registration systems. An instructive resource for states that may consider or choose to upgrade motor voter technology and/or adopt an automatic voter registration system, the updated case study explores the impact resulting from the state’s […]

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  2. 2018 Election Data Demonstrates Benefits of 2009 Congressional Reforms

    The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) is pleased to announce the publication of research into how timing of ballot requests and modes of transmission influence ballot return for military and overseas voters. The amendments to the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) passed in 2009, allow military and overseas voters to choose an […]

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  3. Motor Vehicle Departments: Bedrock of American Democracy

    Department of Motor Vehicles (DMVs) play a crucial role in our elections. This report seeks to raise the level of recognition of the agency’s role – among policymakers, state agency officials, advocates, and the public – to improve their partnerships and the functioning of our democracy.

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  4. Voting Made Clear

    Voting is a right for all U.S. citizens. But it is often threatened by state laws and complex voting procedures. Your rights matter. Your voice matters. Your vote matters. FindLaw.com has the resources you need to vote on Election Day and get help if anything stands in the way.

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  5. Colorado Motor Voter Case Study Executive Summary

    By implementing motor voter registration upgrades, Colorado transformed an inefficient multi-step paper-based system into a modern streamlined electronic automatic voter registration system that complies with the National Voter Registration Act in just five years.

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  6. Colorado Motor Voter Registration Case Study

    By implementing motor voter registration upgrades, Colorado transformed an inefficient multi-step paper-based system into a modern streamlined electronic automatic voter registration system that complies with the National Voter Registration Act in just five years.

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  7. Serving Voters Like Our Customers

    EAC hosted a two day election data summit to discuss how good data can help elections run better. Attendees included a broad spectrum of election researchers, state and local government election officials and representatives from leading non-profit election organizations.

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  8. MOAA Survey: High Marks from Military Absentee Voters, but Spouses Face Challenges, and Most Want Online Voting

    A new survey of nearly 3,000 active-duty servicemembers, veterans and others in the military community showed higher levels of election participation than their civilian counterparts and confidence in the absentee voting process, but a wide engagement gap between active-duty members and their spouses. Only about 27 percent of military spouses who responded to the survey […]

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