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Douglas Hess, CCAS PhD ’12, assistant professor at Grinnell College, recently received a discretionary grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York to study effective, low-cost strategies for states to better implement the National Voter Registration Act.
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Focusing entirely on New York's current voting system, Governor Andrew Cuomo has made a proposal that would allow for early voting and provide automatic voter registration and same day registration. Details on each aspect of the voting proposal can be found below.
Cazenovia College hosted its 16th Annual Great Debate on the question of whether or not federal same day voter registration should be available in New York State. The Great Debate included prepared arguments, cross examination and questions from the audience. Two teams, affirmative and opposition, tackled the pros and cons of the issue of whether New York State should allow same day voter registration.