Support HB2177 - New Motor Voter

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Voter registration should facilitate voting, not create barriers.

But Oregon’s voter registration systems need updating. In our increasingly busy and mobile society, voter registration should be as convenient and efficient as possible.

New Motor Voter (HB 2177) is proposed state legislation to modernize the way Oregon’s Election Division and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) work together to register voters, transferring voter registration data electronically and systematically, rather than through hand-written paper registration cards. This will make it easier for many more eligible voters to register and stay registered, while ensuring more efficient and accurate upkeep of our voter rolls.

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