State Voter Registration Drive rules and regulations vary across states about as much as state election laws. Some states are permissive and make drives relatively easy to execute. Other states, such as Wisconsin, make drives much tougher. And a couple of states (namely, Wyoming and New Hampshire) don’t even allow them. Then there is North Dakota, which doesn’t register voters.
Know your State’s Voter Registration Drive Requirements
This document gives you an overview of your state’s rules and regulations as well as pertinent links. Where applicable, we’ve included the following information:
> Regulation overview
> Rules for compensation
> Where to obtain state and federal registration cards/applications
> When the applications are due
> Where to go for more information