Introducing the Voting Information Project

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Introducing the Voting Information Project

The Voting Information Project (VIP) is an innovative and proven service that uses the latest technology to provide voters with the information they need to cast a ballot—when they need it and where they are most likely to look for it.

Before states began using VIP, the standard way to provide official voting information online was through government Web sites. But these sites often aren't the first place voters look for information. To address the gap, state and local election offices, leading technology companies, and the Pew Center on the States developed VIP, a 21st century transmission line between election administrators and today's voters.

For more information, please visit http://www.votinginfoproject.org.

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