Under this new state law, Oregonians must opt OUT -- instead of opt in -- of voter registration.
Governor Kate Brown just signed into law a bill, the first of its kind in the United States, automatically registering all eligible voters when they obtain or renew their driver's license or state I.D.
According to the Los Angeles Times, voters will be given notice of their newly minted status via snail mail and will have three weeks to opt out of voting. If they don't, they'll receive their ballot in the mail.
Brown's aim is to increase voter turnout. Amidst all the allegations from the far right over voter fraud cases, we're guessing this will do nothing to quash their fears. But what do you think vigilant viewers? Do you think Governor Brown's plan is a good one? Take our poll and sound off below.
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