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Third-party voter registration
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A potential voter's spouse, child or parent are not considered a third-party voter registration organization. Additionally, government employees or election officials do not qualify as third-party voter registration organizations.
Petition drives differentiated
Third-party voter registration drives are similar to petition drives, except that in a petition drive, a circulator is asking a voter to sign a petition to support a specific issue such as qualifying an initiative for the ballot. In a third-party voter registration drive, the solicitor is asking a person to sign up to become a registered voter.
- Voter registration
- Voter registration drive
- Third party ballot access
- Laws governing third-party voter registration
- Ballotpedia:Index of Terms
- Supervisor of Elections, Duval County: "Third party voter registration organizations," accessed December 16, 2013 (dead link)
- Supervisor of Elections, Volusia County, Florida: "Third-party voter registration," accessed December 16, 2013
- Community Tool Box: "Section 9. Conducting a petition drive," accessed December 16, 2013