Pages tagged "Voter preregistration"


Louisiana's New Voter Pre-Registration Law Features Automatic Registration

Posted on What's New by Rebecca Hellmich on July 11, 2014

Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal in May signed a law establishing voting pre-registration for 16-year-olds. The law features an innovative "opt-out" approach to voter registration that will further boost registration and participation. Louisiana has a history of such innovative election policy.

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Massachusetts Expands Voting Rights

Posted on What's New by Nicholas Golden on June 13, 2014

Massachusetts has taken a big step into the 21st century by reforming its voting laws and practices. 

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America's Young Voters: Who They Are and Why They Matter

Posted on What's New by Christina Grier on November 23, 2011

Young voters hold the key to the future of the country and are an important part of the electorate. Just like every other age group, they are frustrated with political officials. Yet despite this frustration, there has been a slight increase in youth voter turnout over the past few years. Even with the increase in turnout, young voters still vote at a lesser rate than voters of other age groups. It is a problem that needs to be addressed because the strength of our democracy depends on all voters participating.

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Modernizing Voter Registration: An Overview of the American Enterprise Institute Conference

Posted on What's New by Christina Grier on September 06, 2011

Electoral reform experts gathered together on September 19th for a conference on modernizing voter registration. Panelists discussed the current registration system, and provided solutions that will bring voter registration into the 21st century. 

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