Improving State Voter Registration Databases outlines several actions that are needed to help make voter registration databases capable of sharing information within state agencies and across state lines. These include short-term changes to improve education, dissemination of information, and administrative processes, and long-term changes to make improvements in data collection and entry, matching procedures, and ensure privacy and security.
Table of Contents
|1 The Context for Voter Registration||5-6|
|2 Key Processes for Voter Registration Databases||7-16|
|3 Technical Considerations for Voter Registration Databases||17-29|
|4 Sustainability and Long-Term Funding||30-32|
|5 Actions Possible in a Relatively Short Time Frame||33-39|
|6 Possible Future Improvements That Will Require Longer-Term Action||40-54|
|Appendix A: Background and Context||59-64|
|Appendix B: Matching Records Across Databases||65-78|
|Appendix C: Data Issues||79-86|
|Appendix D: Security and Privacy||87-95|
|Appendix E: Workshop Agendas||96-111|
|Appendix F: Biographical Information||112-116|
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