Online Voter Registration

From the National Conference of State Legislatures:

States with Online Voter Registration

Full Online Registration Limited Online Registration

Arizona (implemented in 2002)
EZ Voter Registration

Michigan (d)

California (implemented in 2012)
California Online Voter Registration

New Mexico (b)

Colorado (implemented in 2010)
Go Vote Colorado

Ohio (b)

Connecticut (implemented in 2014)

Connecticut Online Voter Registration

 

Delaware (implemented in 2014)

I Vote Delaware

 

Georgia (implemented in 2014)

Georgia Online Voter Registration

 

Hawaii (passed in 2012; not implemented yet)

 

Illinois (implemented in 2014)

Illinois Online Voter Registration

 

Indiana (implemented in 2010)
Indiana Online Voter Registration

 

Kansas (implemented in 2009)
Kansas Online Voter Registration

 

Louisiana (implemented in 2010)
Geaux Vote

 

Maryland (implemented in 2012)
Maryland Online Voter Registration

 
Massachusetts (passed in 2014; not implemented yet)  

Minnesota (implemented in 2013)
Register to Vote

 

Missouri (e) (implemented in 2014)

Vote Missouri

 
Nebraska (passed in 2014; not implemented yet)  

Nevada (implemented in 2012)
Nevada Online Voter Registration

 

New York (c) (implemented in 2011)

New York State Voter Registration Form

 

Oregon (implemented in 2010)
OreStar

 

South Carolina (implemented in 2012)
S.C. Online Voter Registration

 

Utah (implemented in 2010)
Utah Online Voter Registration

 

Virginia (implemented in 2013)

Virginia Voter Registration

 

Washington (implemented in 2007)
MyVote

 

West Virginia (passed in 2013; not implemented yet)

 

(b) In New Mexico and Ohio, a registered voter can update an existing registration record online, but new applications must still be made on paper.

(c) In New York, the registration system is not fully paperless. Voters can submit a voter registration application online, but paper is exchanged between the motor vehicle system and the statewide database. This creates a paperless experience from the voter’s perspective, but administrative processes are still paper-based.

(d) In Michigan, an online system permits voters to change their address for both their drivers license (or personal ID card) and voter registration at the same time. Michigan law requires that the same address be on record for both.

(e) In Missouri, a person can register to vote online and electronically provide a signature using a mobile device, tablet computer or touchscreen computer, but not a standard desktop computer. The state reviews the information and prints out the registration form, which it sends to the person’s local elections office for verification.

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