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FairVote - "Voter Pre-Registration at Age Sixteen and Seventeen"

This FairVote fact sheet makes the case for a uniform voter pre-registration age at 16 or 17.

Demos talking points and fact sheet on voter ID

This fact sheet from Demos offers talking points that demonstrate the prohibitive cost of voter ID laws to cash-strapped states, the unnecessary burden to election administration, the rarity of in-person impersonation voter fraud, and the disproportionate effects on historically disenfranchised populations.

Election Day Voter Registration in Hawaii

This report, commissioned by Demos, finds that turnout among certain demographics in Hawaii could increase as much as 9.9% if the state implements Election Day registration.

Voters Win With Same Day Registration

Demos examines statistics from the 2008 elections in this fact sheet, and finds that same day registration greatly enhances the opportunity for Americans to participate in the electoral process.

Voters Win With Same Day Registration, 2010 Midterm Elections Fact Sheet

This fact sheet from Demos finds that, historically, states that allow for Same Day Registration consistently lead the nation in voter turnout, and that trend continued in the 2010 midterms elections.

Chicken Little in the Voting Booth: The Non-Existent Problem of Non-Citizen "Voter Fraud"

The latest fact sheet from the Immigration Policy Center summarizes years of research from the Brennan Center, Project Vote, The New York Times, and other sources, which prove that voter ID is a "solution" in search of a problem.