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POLICY AND ELECTIONS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Join legislators, election administrators and other experts June 3-5 in Santa Fe for an interactive and engaging discussion on trends in elections technology. See a preliminary agenda here.

 

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UPCOMING WEBINAR

Join us for Linking Driving Records to Voting Records, a free webinar, May 1 and hear from The Pew Charitable Trusts and representatives from Delaware, a state that has successfully implemented a system to seamlessly transfer data between its motor vehicle office and election office.

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50-STATE RESEARCH

U.S. mapNCSL provides 50-state research on many election law and procedural issues, including Voter ID: State Requirements, Absentee and Early Voting, Primary Election Systems, Automatic Recount Thresholds, Electronic (Online) Registration and Same Day Registration.

 

 

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ELECTIONS TECHNOLOGY

blue and green techy-looking imageNCSL is following issues related to using the Internet to assist the voting process, the use of electronic poll books, certification of voting systems and the costs associated with staying up-to-date.

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OVERVIEW | ELECTION LAWS AND PROCEDURES

Election laws and procedures have been under increased scrutiny since the drawn-out presidential election of 2000.  States are taking a closer look at voter registration, absentee and early voting, voting technology, voter identification and other key election reform issues in an effort to provide fair elections for all eligible voters, and at a reasonable cost. 

To assist lawmakers in reviewing elections policy decisions, NCSL provides 50-state charts, expert testimony, databases of elections-related legislation, an elections-related newsletter, The Canvass, and more.

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  • Linking Driving Records to Voting Records Webinar | Legislative Role

    This webinar will include faculty from The Pew Charitable Trusts and Delaware, a state that has implemented a system to seamlessly transfer data between its motor vehicle and election offices. Learn what legislators can do to ensure voter registrations completed at the DMV get on the voter rolls.

  • Policy and Elections Technology: A Legislative Perspective

    A national meeting on elections technology policy June 3-5, 2015 in Santa Fe, NM. Learn about voting technology, pros and cons of internet voting, the impact of legislation on voting systems and state-of-the-art tools for voting and managing elections.

  • Online Voter Registration

    This page contains information about state legislation affecting online voter registration, which is authorized in 18 states.

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