Youngkin Orders Virginia Agencies To Strengthen Voter Roll Maintenance Ahead Of 2024 Election

Youngkin Orders Virginia Agencies To Strengthen Voter Roll Maintenance Ahead Of 2024 Election


Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin issued an executive order on Friday requiring state agencies to establish data-sharing protocols for keeping the commonwealth’s voter rolls updated and accurate.

“The interagency exchange of data is a vital component of election administration in the Commonwealth,” Youngkin wrote. “Transparency and interagency collaboration are essential to ensuring that every eligible Virginian can exercise their right to vote and know that the list of registered voters is accurate and up to date.”

Under Executive Order 31, the Virginia State Police and respective Departments of Elections, Health, and Motor Vehicles are required to “update data sharing agreements between those agencies within 90 days” of the order’s effective date that “indicate the applicable state or federal law that permits the sharing of Commonwealth data,

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