In 2022, fewer than 50% of voters will cast their ballot in a traditional polling booth on Election Day
The trend to Vote at Home, plus early-in-person voting, means the “standard” view of voting needs to change.
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 8% 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.
What if 25 million MORE ballots were cast?
That’s the difference between the midterm turnout rate of the voting eligible population (VEP) in the three 100% “Vote at Home” states (CO, OR, WA) using that time-tested, secure way to vote, versus the percentage for the rest of the country.