This report reviews the array of election laws and practices that govern vote by mail across the states. The goal is to shed light on how voters currently approach voting at home in each state.
National Vote at Home Institute Executive Director Amber McReynolds explains how vote at home has benefited Colorado voters.
National Vote at Home Institute Chair Phil Keisling and Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson outline how vote at home helps ensure secure, convenient elections in the state.
Vote at Home’s best practices for on how to write and implement legislation for legislators and activists who want to move from step 3, no excuse required to step 4, permanent mail ballots.
In seven years managing elections in Denver, Amber McReynolds used technology and common sense to improve security and lower costs. Now she is working to spread the vote at home model nationwide.
National Vote at Home Institute Executive Director Amber McReynolds is interviewed on Background Briefing with Ian Masters, a national news program focused on American politics and foreign policy.