Voter Access to Registration Information
- The state proactively put information regarding voter registration in the public domain
- The voter list was publicly displayed, and there was adequate time for public inspection of the list, including time for objections and the adjudication of disputes
- Citizens had access to information regarding their inclusion on the voter list, and this information was provided to them in an intelligible format
- Voters had the ability to correct errors in the voter list
- Both claims and objections must be allowed.
- States should proactively put in the public domain government information of public interest.
- Access to information may be restricted only in limited cases, including in the interest of protecting personal data.
- Everyone has the right to receive information about his/her inclusion on the voter list.
- The voter list should be publicly displayed.
- There should be sufficient time for public inspection of the voter list, for objections to be raised, and for the adjudication of appeals.
- Everyone who offers proof of identity has the right to know whether information concerning him/her is being processed, and to obtain it in an intelligible form.
- Everyone has the right to seek and receive information.
- Transparency requires that electoral registers be public documents available for review.
- Everyone has the right to rectification of incorrect personal data.
- Potential voters should have access to a procedure that makes it possible to have errors on the voter list corrected.