1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Registering Military and Overseas Citizens to Vote

    Members of the United States armed forces and their families face unique challenges to participating in our elections. If their votes are to count and their voices are to be heard, these citizens must overcome hurdles not faced by most Americans. They deserve better: the nation should make it a priority to remove barriers to […]

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  4. Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act (UMOVA)

    The Uniform Military and Overseas Voter Act (UMOVA) simplifies the process of absentee voting for United State military and overseas civilians by making the process more uniform, convenient, secure and efficient. UMOVA covers all military personnel or their dependents, as well as U.S. citizens residing outside the United States who are unable to vote in-person. […]

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