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As California counties roll-out SB 450, having Orange County – with more people than 20 US states – choose to go to mailed-out ballots is a major step.Read MoreRead more
The state’s comprehensive vote-by-mail system has increased security with layers of additional checks and balances. Vote at home has also increased confidence in the electoral process.Read MoreRead more
Vote by mail has several benefits including cost of savings as there is less need for polling places or election workers, and it eliminates the need for upgrades to voting machines. Vote at home is also safe from software hacks that could affect the outcome of elections.Read MoreRead more
A vote-at-home system for the entire state would eliminate voters’ concerns over when, where and how they will vote. The convenience of vote at home ensures even those who aren’t physically able to get to a polling place – for health reasons or otherwise – can easily cast a ballot.Read MoreRead more
Utah’s efforts have boosted participation among Millenials and other groups less likely to vote in the past, according to new research released before the state’s 2018 primary election.Read MoreRead more
After digging into the research, New York Times columnist David Leonhardt concludes that vote at home “eliminates hurdles, like long lines at polling places and logistical difficulties of voting on a workday. (As a bonus, it usually saves money.)”Read MoreRead more
According to @CID_USC more California voters chose to #VoteAtHome than in past elections which ... increased voter turnout. The numbers don't lie! When lawmakers give voters more options to #VoteAtHome, participation in democracy increases.