State of Connecticut releases comprehensive “Vote by Mail” report
The 38-page report, with 55 links to primary data sources, serves as both a primer and roadmap for those considering removing barriers to voting by making mailed ballots more accessible.
What a Year for Vote at Home!
This email (distributed to the NVAHI database) outlines the remarkable VAH progress made across the country in 2018. With 70 links to original source material, it serves as a valuable reference document, too.
Amber McReynolds interviewed on Comcast Newsmakers
Following her acceptance of a Public Official of the Year award in Washington D.C., NVAHI Executive Director McReynolds sat down on set with Tetiana Anderson to discuss how making balloting voter-centric strengthens our democracy.
PEW Research: Vote at Home sees a record 27% of all ballots cast in 2018 midterms
That’s a new US record for ANY election. A full 69% of voters in the West cast their ballots that way vs. just 12% in the Northeast.
Slate: Why AVR (automatic voter registration) and VAH are made for each other
Automatic voter registration gets more voters (especially younger voters) authorized to vote. Then, Vote at Home gets them to actually cast their ballot.
Sightline: Oregon tops 2018 turnout, with many more voters registered, and voting
Oregon is leading the way with automatic and online registration driving down the number of unregistered voters, while vote at home gets those voters voting.