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Over the last two presidential elections, Ohio and Kentucky officials improved election performance, shrinking wait times and cleaning up voter registries.
The No. 1 thing both states could still do to help voters: allow online registration, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts study released Tuesday. Online registration reduces the potential for error that exists with traditional paper-based systems, saves jurisdictions money and increases the accuracy and currency of the voter rolls, thereby reducing delays and congestion at the polling place, according to Pew.
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