“Unconstitutional But Entrenched: Putting UOCAVA and Voting Rights for Permanent Expatriates on a Sound Constitutional Footing”

Brian Kalt has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Brooklyn Law Review).  Here is the abstract: For decades, eligible voters who have left the U.S. permanently have had the right to vote in federal elections as though they still lived at … Continue reading

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“Overseas Vote Foundation to Launch Remote Voting Technology Research Project”

Press release: Overseas Vote Foundation (OVF), a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to overseas, military, and domestic absentee voter participation has received a grant from the Democracy Fund in support of a research-based approach to the unanswered question of whether remote … Continue reading

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“Soldiers will be able to vote overseas; S.D. among first to use technology to enable voting while deployed”

Argus Leader: Absentee voting proved so cumbersome for Maj. Anthony Deiss when the Army National Guardsman was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 that he admits he “didn’t take advantage of it.” But that was then. Now thanks to technological advancements … Continue reading

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