EDITORIAL NOTE: This blog post was originally published on the Huffington Post.

When President Obama gave his acceptance speech on election night, he pointed to some of the challenges that voters faced when casting their ballot earlier that day, saying “we have to fix that.” In addition to national-level reforms, however, the League of Women Voters is looking to concrete reform opportunities that may be possible as state legislatures begin convening in early 2013.

The League has identified four proactive priorities for our elections administration reform work next year:

  • Secure Online Voter Registration
  • Permanent and Portable Statewide Voter Registration
  • Expanded Early Voting
  • Improved Polling Place Management

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