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Modernizing Voter Registration
Money, Patience, Testing and Inevitable Delays: What it takes to build a Statewide Voter Registration System

State voter registration systems are complex, and with such complex systems it's important for offices of secretaries of state and election administrators to prioritize implementing programs the right way. That sometimes means taking extra precautions and time. This report walks through how to implement voter registration systems, acknowledging what would go wrong in the process and further recommending best practices.

Modernizing Voter Registration
Boosting Voter Registration: New Data from Delaware

Building off of previous data from Colorado, new data out of Delaware confirms that upgrading to secure automatic voter registration (SAVR) can significantly boost eligible voter registration rates.

Modernizing Voter Registration
Comparative Voter Registration: Lessons from Abroad for Improving Access and Accuracy in the United States

This report looks at what best practices from a sample of peer nations that states (or the federal government) should consider adopting, including greater centralization, improved data sharing operations, regularized and timely voter contact, and the selective targeting of unregistered populations.

Modernizing Voter Registration
Medicaid Automatic Voter Registration Background and Overview

Medicaid is a commonsense government agency to implement automatic voter registration (AVR). This report discusses voter enrollment at Medicaid offices as part of NVRA compliance and how AVR systems could efficiently streamline this process.

Modernizing Voter Registration
Assessing Potential Automatic Voter Registration Partner Agencies and Programs

Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) programs are most often associated with motor-voter programs at state DMVs across the nation. But is that the only government agency where AVR could work? This paper explores alternative government agencies where current infrastructures would support forms of AVR.