The National Voter Registration Act, also known as “Motor Voter,” requires states to offer voter registration at their motor vehicle agencies. When a state modernizes its voter registration process, changes must be implemented by election offices and by motor vehicle administrators. As more states pass Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) laws, motor vehicle agency administrators need to understand what that means for their work.
The webinar features Sandy Jack, Director of Data Management Services with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, and Stephanie Sams, Legislative and Special Projects Manager with the Washington State Department of Licensing. The discussion provides an overview of the AVR implementation process, its potential pitfalls, and how it can reduce costs and transaction times for motor vehicle agencies.
Key topics of the webinar:
- Why motor vehicle agency administrators should pay attention to AVR implementation
- What to expect immediately after bill passage
- Potential pitfalls and how to avoid them
- Benefits in cost and time savings with a successful implementation process