VII. Tech Thursday
National Tech: This week, Google added a new feature to its search engine that should help simplify the voting process. Whenever someone types “register to vote” into the search engine, they will be prompted with a set of guidelines and then guided to the information about their state including registration information and deadline
Arizona: Pima County has launched the “Check Your Registration” search option on the county’s elections website. The new option will allow voters to see the details of their voter registration to ensure that they are up-to-date. Voters will also be informed about what elections they are eligible to cast a ballot in.
Florida: The secretary of state’s office has unveiled a Voter Education Toolkit, available on the state’s elections website, that provides voters with an elections checklist, talks about the different ways to cast a ballot and includes a “Quick Facts” about the upcoming primary.
Virginia: Mathews County Registrar Carla Faulkner is hoping to keep county voters up-to-date on all the information they need for the upcoming election through the county’s new Facebook page Mathews Votes.