The Future of Voter Registration Is Here

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The Future of Voter Registration Is Here

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1.2 million votes were lost in the 2012 election due to voter registration problems. Learn how technology can help improve registration at this IBM Edge2013 talk. 

SKIP TO A SECTION IN THE TALK:

  1. Let's Make Elections Run More Like Jiffy Lube: 0:13
  2. Voter Lists are Inaccurate: 1:37
  3. Voter Registration is Inefficient: 3:28
  4. A Tale of Two Voters: Registration Varies in the States: 4:33
  5. How do we Fix Voter Registration?: 5:40
  6. The Technology Behind a Better Election System: 7:20
  7. ERIC: The Future of Voter Registration is Here: 11:10

Learn more about Pew's work in election administration: http://www.pewstates.org/projects/election-initiatives-328601.

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