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  • State Online Voter Registration Systems

    Online voter registration saves taxpayer dollars, increases the accuracy of voter rolls, and provides a convenient way for Americans to register or update their information. The Pew Charitable Trusts monitors and surveys states that implement or continue to offer online voter registration. Overall, the responses indicate that online registration is cost-effective for states, easy for voters, and... Read More

  • Voting Information Project Data Flow

    The Voting Information Project (VIP) works with states to ensure that Americans can easily find official voting information where they look for it most: online. VIP, a partnership of The Pew Charitable Trusts, Google, and states, aims to ensure that voters have the answers they need to basic questions such as, "Where is my polling place?" "What's on my ballot?" and "How do I navigate the voting... Read More

  • Online Voter Registration Growth

    Online voter registration was offered in 2 states in 2008. Today, it is available in 20 states to nearly 110 million eligible voters. Read More

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