Voter education campaigns should be designed to provide sufficient information with respect to registration and the voting process.
- The cumulative effect of all voter education in an election should be evaluated by the degree to which pertinent information is reasonably available to all eligible voters in a form that they can comprehend, and in a timely fashion (i.e.. allowing a reasonable time for the audience to make use of the information...You should...attempt to assess whether this information adequately discusses essential facts, procedures, rights and issues.
- An education program should “explain the registration procedure” and be “focused mainly on the voting procedure.
- Voter education…should inform voters of when, how and where to register to vote and when, how and where to cast their votes.
- Non-partisan civic education should aim to inform voters as to the ‘who, what, when, where and how’ of registration and voting.