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  • This is a study about the ‘election day registration’ (EDR) and other smaller reductions in closing dates, as a method to facilitate voting in the US. Its findings illustrate that if EDR is adopted and thus, closing dates are eliminated, there is a 7% increase in turnout, in the average states. There is, however, a variance in the groups that are benefited by EDR; those with high...

  • This study provides a literature review on the association between voter registration and electoral turnout in the US. In particular, it thoroughly investigates the use of ‘election day registration’ and its impact on voter turnout. It does so, by estimating both the extent to which registration and turnout will increase in case ‘election day registration’ is endorsed...