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motor voter law

Syllabification: mo·tor vo·ter law

Definition of motor voter law in English:

noun

Another name for the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, designed to reverse declining voter registration by allowing voters to register at motor vehicle departments.
Example sentences
  • The motor voter law of 1993, by tying voters' registration to the issuing of drivers licences, allows illegals to vote.
  • She said statistics that show 72 percent of Fayette's voting-age population as registered voters are as accurate a representation as possible under the motor voter law.
  • It is clear that the motor voter law is achieving our goal of registering more Texans.

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