6/21: Governor Janet Mills signed the state's new automatic voter registration law, making it the 17th state that automatically registers voters.
6/20: The New York state senate has passed a bill that would automatically register all citizens upon their first interaction with any state agency.
6/20: A typo in New York's automatic voter registration bill would have required the DMV to register noncitizens to vote.
6/19: West Virginia's House of Delegates voted to move an automatic voter registration bill forward.
6/10: Democrats in Maine are hoping to have automatic voter registration up and running in the state by 2022.
6/6: Maine considers adopting a bill that would begin Automatic Voter Registration.
5/28: A new lawsuit claims the mass of voter registration errors that California failed to deal with after enacting their automatic voter registration laws allowed noncitizens to vote.
5/22: A bill promoting automatic voter registration could hurt the election integrity of Wisconsin.
5/20: The Wisconsin legislature is considering a bill that would enact automatic voter registration.
5/16: The DMV in Oregon automatically registers people to vote, but has no system to account for the address changes of voters.