American Resistance Party
How long will you wear the chains of your Masters?
Edward C. Noonan
National Committee Chair
937 N. Beale Rd,. Suite D
Marysville, CA 95901
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American Resistance Party
937 N. Beale Rd, Suite D
Marysville, Ca 95901
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Last updated October 24, 2012
Twelve states currently offer online paperless voter registration; scroll down for the complete list. Three additional states -- Connecticut, Delaware and Hawaii -- have passed legislation facilitating online voter registration, but they have not yet begun registering voters electronically. (New York implemented a system in 2012 that is paperless from the voter's perspective, but isn't a fully automated system. The registration form can be filled out online, and then submitted electronically to the Department of Motor Vehicles. There, an electronic copy of the voter's signature is affixed, and a paper copy is printed and sent on for processing and review before the voter is added to the statewide voter registration database. See New York's MyDMV.)
Arizona led the way with this innovation in 2002. Washington followed with authorizing legislation in 2007 and implementation in 2008. In most cases, the states rely on digitized signatures already on file with divisions of motor vehicles.
Arizona Reports Success with Electronic Voter Registration
Arizona first implemented online voter registration in 2002, and has reported success with their program. The secretary of state reports that over 70 percent of all voter registrations are now performed online, and that the state saw an increase of 9.5 percent in voter registrations from 2002 to 2004 with the implementation of online registration.
Arizona also reports cost savings by eliminating the data entry process for state and county employees that a paper-based system requires, as well as increased accuracy in its voter rolls. The costs associated with a paper registration were 83 cents, while the cost of an online registration was 3 cents, according to the 2010 report, Online Voter Registration: Case Studies in Arizona and Washington.
Online voter registrations require a driver's license number or the last four digits of a Social Security number, and the inclusion of these data in all online registration allows for quick and accurate checks for duplicate records. For more details on online voter registration, see the June 2011 issue of NCSL's elections newsletter, The Canvass.
States with Online Voter Registration