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Thursday, February 07, 2008

Public Meeting


10:00 AM - 01:00 PM Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue NW
Washington, DC, 20001



Commissioners will receive an update on HAVA Funding Issues. Commissioners will consider and vote on Study on Feasibility of Free Absentee Voting Postage; Study on use of Social Security Information of First Time Voters Who Register to Vote by Mail; Interim Policy for Changes to State Specific Instructions on National Mail Voter Registration Form; Disclaimer Proposal to State Instructions Portion of the NVRA Form. The Commission will consider other administrative matters.

Consideration of Free Absentee Ballot Postage Study
  • Free Absentee Ballot Postage Study

  • EAC Research Director Karen Lynn Dyson

  • Ernie Hawkins, director, Consulting Services, Election Center (Presentation and Testimony)

  • Mitch King, Government Relations, United States Postal Service

  • Lee Page, Associate Advocacy Director of the Paralyzed Veterans of America

Consideration of Interim Policy for Changes to State Specific Instructions on the National Voter Registration Act Form
  • Interim Procedure Proposed by EAC Staff


Consideration of Disclaimer Proposal to State Instructions Portion of the National Voter Registration Act Form
  • State Instruction Disclaimer Proposal Submitted by Vice Chair Caroline C. Hunter

  • Statement by Vice Chair Caroline C. Hunter and Commissioner Donetta Davidson Regarding the Interim Policy for Changes to State Specific Instructions on the National Mail Voter Registration Form

Votes
  • 2-2 (Failed) Consideration and Vote on Interim Policy for Changes to Instructions on NMVR Form

  • 2-2 (Failed) Consideration and Vote on Disclaimer Proposal to State Instructions Portions of the NVRA Form

 

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Sunshine Notice
Agenda
Minutes
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Free Absentee Ballot Postage Study
Testimony - Karen Lynn-Dyson
Testimony - Ernie Hawkins
Testimony - Mitch King
Testimony - Lee Page
Interim Procedure for changes to instructions
State Instruction Disclaimer - Caroline Hunter
Statement on Interim Procedure - Davidson & Hunter