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As of December 6, 2017 a total of 37 states plus the District of Columbia offer online registration, and one other state (Oklahoma) has passed legislation to create online voter registration systems, but not yet implemented it. See the table below for details.
(a) Minnesota in 2013 made online voter registration available without enabling legislation but the legislature in 2014 authorized the state’s system.
(b) In Missouri, residents of Columbia or Boone County can register to vote online and electronically provide a signature using a mobile device, tablet computer or touchscreen computer, but not a standard desktop computer. The state reviews the information and prints out the registration form, which it sends to the person’s local elections office for verification.
(c) In New York, the registration system is not fully paperless. Voters can submit a voter registration application online, through a system run by the Department of Motor Vehicles, but paper is exchanged between the motor vehicle system and the statewide database. This creates a paperless experience from the voter’s perspective, but administrative processes are still paper-based.
National Mail Voter Registration Form
The National Mail Voter Registration Form can be used to register U.S. citizens to vote, to update registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address or to register with a political party.
Important: You must follow the state-specific instructions listed for your state. They begin on page 3 of the form and are listed alphabetically by state. After filling out this form, you must sign your name where indicated and send it to your state or local election office for processing. Be sure you mail it in an envelope with the proper amount of postage.