Use the National Mail Voter Registration Form to register to vote, update your registration information with a new name or address, or register with a political party.
Note: If you wish to vote absentee and are a uniformed service member or family member or a citizen living outside the U.S., contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program to register to vote.
Military and Overseas Voters
EAC has several projects under way to assist states in serving military and overseas citizens who register and vote absentee under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. Learn more
Payments and Grants Comments
Maintenance of Expenditure (MOE) Proposed Policy as Amended on 2-19-10. Comment period closed April 19, 2010.
Proposals in Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance from the EAC
Part 9421: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Race, Color, or National Origin (.doc 67KB)
Part 9422: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Age (.doc 74KB)
Part 9423: Uniform and Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments (.doc 264KB); Comment period closed February 23, 2009
Maintenance of Effort Funding (MOE) Advisory
Submitted by Vice Chair Donetta Davidson
Proposed MOE Advisory 09-001 (PDF 66KB)
- Pedro Cortés, Secretary of State, Pennsylvania (PDF 97KB)
- Chris Reynolds, Deputy Secretary of State, California (PDF 482KB)
- Daniel White, Executive Director, Illinios Board of Elections (.doc 46KB)
- Curtis Crider, Office of the Inspector General, EAC (PDF 41KB)
- Kevin Kennedy, Director and General Counsel, Wisconsin Government Accountability Board (PDF 28KB)
- Lori Guerrero, HAVA Coordinator, Washington (PDF 1MB)
- Christopher Thomas, Director of Elections, Michigan (PDF 57KB)
- David Scanlan, Deputy Secretary of State, New Hampshire (PDF 110KB)
Accessible Voting Technology Initiative, Pre-Election Logic and Accuracy Testing and Post-Election Audit Initiative
EAC solicited public comment on two draft grant announcements to fund the development of pre-election logic and accuracy testing and post-election audit processes and research on accessible voting technology. The 45-day public comment period began September 1 and ended October 15, 2009.
The Accessible Voting Technology Initiative grant would award up to $5 million to fund research and technology adoption to make voting systems (including paper ballots) more accessible to all voters and make the entire election process more welcoming and accessible to individuals with disabilities.
The Voting System Pre-Election Logic and Accuracy Testing and Post-Election Audit Initiative grant would award $1 million in grants to develop and document processes for coordinating quality and cost-effective voting system pre-election logic and accuracy testing (L&A) and post-election audits. Deliverables for the competition will be materials (e.g., tool kits, guides, best practices) that will be shared widely with other election officials.
The draft grant announcements set forth funding parameters that include the scope of work, eligibility requirements and qualifications, selection criteria and other related details.
Draft Guidelines on Material Changes in the Administration of HAVA State Plans (PDF 50KB) Comment period closed August 11, 2008