This is a study of Minnesota's system of permanent voter registration used by 71 municipalities in the state. The commissioner of registration in each of these municipalities was sent a questionnaire on which he indicated his reaction to the effectiveness of the system.
The results indicated that regulations should be changed to provide for the following: (l) spot checks on the accuracy of information given by registrants; (2) notification of previous registration district when a voter registers in a new district; (3) use of permanent registration files in school elections; (4) better communications between county and municipal governments in keeping files purged of disqualified voters.
Benson, W. W.
Voter Registration in Minnesota.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 33 No.2, 117-121.
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