The National Voter Registration Act of 1993, or Motor Voter, adds ways to register to vote by requiring organizations beyond the Secretary of State’s office to offer voter registration. It also authorizes the U.S. Department of Justice to bring civil actions in federal court to enforce its requirements.
Here you will find links for agency guides, training materials, tools and other information.
Victims of family violence or stalking can keep their home address from being released in the publicly available list of voters. The VoteSafe program also protects those who reside in a family-violence shelter.
Please refer anyone requesting information about the VoteSafe program to their county registrar or VoteSafe.
Voter Registration Drive
Please Visit the Voter Registration Drive page >>