Definition of motor voter law in English:

motor voter law

Syllabification: mo·tor vo·ter law

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.
More 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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