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National Voter Registration Act

The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) was passed by the United States Congress in 1993. The NVRA requires states to make voter registration opportunities for federal elections available through the mail and when people apply for or receive driver licenses. The NVRA also requires government agencies providing public assistance, disability services, military recruitment and other government services to provide voter registration services. Election officials are required by the NVRA to conduct a voter list maintenance program to remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters.

National Voter Registration Act of 1993 - (You will be redirected to an external site.)

52 U.SC., Chapter 205 (You will be redirected to an external site.)

National Voter Registration Act - Questions and Answers (You will be redirected to an external site.) 


Monthly NVRA Statistics

April 2022


State NVRA Coordinators

Oklahoma State Election Board
Misha Mohr, Public Information Officer
(405) 522-6624

Oklahoma Department of Human Services
Amy Roberts, Deputy Director for Operations, Adult and Family Services Division
(405) 521-3601

Oklahoma State Department of Health
Terry Bryce, Director, WIC Service
(405) 271-4676 ext. 50012

Oklahoma Healthcare Authority
Halley Kinder, Administration
(405) 522-7516


To submit an NVRA complaint online, or to ask a question about the NVRA, fill out the form on our Contact Us page and select “National Voter Registration Act” as the topic.

Last Modified on May 16, 2022
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