iVillage.com Tries E-registration

The online women's network iVillage.com has teamed with the Internet election

company Election. com to enable people to register to vote online.

iVillage.com's Election 2000 page provides links to state voter registration

forms. The site includes information on each state's voting rules as well

as the specific information required by the Federal Election Commission.

"Online voter registration opens up unprecedented opportunities to reinvigorate

participation in the political process," said Joe Mohen, Election. com's

chief executive officer, in a release.

Once people have filled out the online form, Election.com prints the

data onto a federal voter registration form and mails it to the voter to

proofread and sign. Voters should have their paper forms in hand two weeks

after filling out the online form.

The voter then mails the registration to her state election office,

whose address is pre-printed on a return envelope.

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