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HB1079

Would repeal the photo identification requirements to vote and allow voters to verify identity with name and address verification alone

HB1112

Provides for automatic voter registration when a person does certain actions at the DMV, like request a driver's license

HB1139

Would create a pilot program that would allow military personnel, stationed abroad, to vote via electronic means

HB1144

Voter registration; persons assisting with the return of signed voter registration applications.

HB122

Would prohibit any person from converting any moneys, securities, or like intangible property to his personal property

HB230

Would create a pilot program for conducting elections by mail

HB265

Extend polling hours on Election Day from 7PM to 8PM

HB403

Provides for automatic voter registration when a person does certain actions at the DMV, like request a driver's license

HB449

Would allow voter registration to occur at any time, including on Election Day

HB57

Allows for any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot in any election in which he/she is qualified to vote without reason

HB76

Subjects any message that is placed or promoted for a fee on an online platform to the same political campaign contribution disclosure requirements to which print media, television, and radio advertisements are subject.

HB835

Would require no excuse when a person votes absentee in person. Would still require an excuse when voting by mail

HB944

Would allow persons age 16 or older to preregister to vote, even if they were not eligible to vote in the next general election. They would be unable to vote, but would be automatically added to voting registry at age 18

SB106

Seeks to preclude oddly shaped districts and cut down on partisan gerrymandering. 3. Campaign Finance - (Incorporates SB718, 740, & 752)

SB136

Allows for any registered voter to vote absentee with no excuse in-person for the 21 days leading up to an election

SB144

Provides that any candidate nominated by a political party or at a primary election shall be identified on the ballot by the name of his political party

SB254

Allows for any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot in any election in which he/she is qualified to vote without reason

SB264

Requires candidates for local and constitutional office in localities with a population of more than 70,000 to file their campaign finance reports with the State Board of Elections.

SB331

Seeks to complicate voting, by requiring that voter registrars verify that the name, date of birth, and social security number match that of each voter application, further complicating the voting process

SB452

Allows for any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot in any election in which he/she is qualified to vote without reason

RECENT DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS ALERTS & FLOOR REPORTS
Mar 02 SB144 Failed to Report
Feb 28 HB122 Referred Out (include Committee below)
Feb 28 HB122 Referred Out (include Committee below)
Feb 28 SB331 Reported and referred to House Privileges and Elections Committee Committee
Feb 28 SB106 Reported with Amendments
Feb 18 | Alert: Democratic Institutions Post-Crossover Update
Bills: HB122 HB397 SB264 SB523 HB76 HB265