The Overseas Vote Foundation has developed an amazingly cool new tool to propose voter registration for overseas and military voters. Government Computer News wrote:
The Overseas Vote Foundation today launched an online tool to help military personnel and civilians living abroad navigate the maze of state and local voter registration requirements.
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Voting Act ensures that citizens away from home can register to vote and receive ballots in U.S. elections, but that right often is thwarted by a tangle of arbitrary, unclear and burdensome processes that vary from state to state, advocates said.
“Voters have to cope with a tremendous amount of information in different forms,” said OVF President Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat. “They rarely find what they want quickly.”
Congratulations to Susan and her colleagues for putting this together! (And to Pew for funding it!)