Where Can Someone Register to Vote Online?


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An eligible voter in the United States can register online through the links provided by the National Conference of State Legislatures, or NCSL, to corresponding states that allow full online voter's registration. As of 2014, 20 states offer online voting processing, including Colorado, Arizona, Delaware, California, New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Illinois, South Carolina, Louisiana, Minnesota, Washington, Nevada, Kansas, Virginia, Indiana, Oregon, Georgia, Utah and Missouri.

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A voter can register via the National Mail Voter Registration Form or online, which offers more convenience for those who have access to the Internet. Aside from the 20 states that have fully implemented systems, four other states are primed to implement their own online systems, which include Hawaii, West Virginia, Massachusetts and Nebraska.

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