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Posted By Jessica Myers on March 07, 2012

The Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) requires every state to implement and maintain a computerized statewide voter registration list. 

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Posted By Jessica Myers on February 21, 2012

The winter has been fairly mild here in Washington, DC, but we thought it might be useful to review resources you can use to develop contingency plans.

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Posted By Jessica Myers on February 14, 2012

As Primary season rolls on, we receive more and more questions about absentee voting and early voting. Many of the questions are about what makes these two methods of voting different.  The short answer is: each state’s requirements.

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Posted By ARCHIVE on December 12, 2011

Newly covered by Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act? EAC's language assistance resources may come in handy. Our online translation tool, election terminology glossaries, voters' guides and the National Mail Voter Registration Form are available in numerous languages and they are FREE of charge. If you need assistance, contact Marcy Reedy at mreedy@eac.gov.

 

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Posted By ARCHIVE 3 on November 23, 2011

Flu season is here, and for the second year EAC is collecting flu season contingency plans from election officials. EAC is gathering and sharing this information because election officials expressed an interest in learning what their peers are doing to prevent the spread of the flu at the polling place. It’s my experience that the best solutions in elections come from those in the field. EAC is collecting these contingency plans as part of its role as a national clearinghouse.

Election officials should submit their plans to clearinghouse@eac.gov. Thank you to Bristol, Virginia for the first submission! Read contingency plan submissions here. We look forward to sharing these ideas as officials prepare for the 2012 election cycle.

Officials can also sign up to be experts or search for expertise in the Election Official Exchange.
 

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Posted By ARCHIVE on November 21, 2011

We blog questions and answers every Monday. Submit them here, use the comment form or share on Twitter @EACgov.

The most frequently asked questions from last week were about updating voter registration.

  • How do I change my address on my voter registration card?
  • How do I register to vote with a new last name?
  • Which states have changed their voter registration rules?

You will have to complete a new voter registration form to make address or name changes. Read more about moving and updating voter registration. Visit your state's election office website to get the latest information about voter registration requirements and instructions to re-register in the jurisdiction of your new address.

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