Voter registration promoted broad participation, and there were no barriers to participation by otherwise qualified eligible voters
- The voter registration process should promote broad participation and not inhibit the participation of eligible voters.
- Procedures should not create unnecessary technical barriers to participation by otherwise qualified eligible voters.
- Universal suffrage requires that the broadest reasonable pool of voters is guaranteed participatory rights.
- There should be no fee for citizens to be registered as voters.
- Provisions should be made for absentee registrants.
- Potential voters should be offered sufficient time to register to vote.