The US Election Assistance Commission is doing a survey on the absentee voting registration or voting process for the November 2006 election.
AIT wrote:Online Voting Survey
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) is sending this message to
registered American citizens to inform them that the U.S. Election
Assistance Commission (EAC), through the Overseas Vote Foundation,
is conducting a survey on absentee voting. EAC has asked for the
State Department's help in disseminating the survey to Americans
The survey asks voters about their experiences and preferences with
respect to electronic (fax, email, online) submission of voting
materials and seeks to improve the ability of overseas citizens to
vote. The results and EAC's recommendations will be reported to
Below you will find an invitation letter and a link to the online
survey, which should take 8 – 10 minutes to complete. Your personal
information will remain confidential. Participation is voluntary.
We are conducting a survey of overseas and military absentee voters
and are inviting you to tell us about your experience with voting or
trying to vote in the November 2006 election. Please take 8-10
minutes to fill out this survey. Your responses are confidential
and will be used to improve overseas voting programs.
This survey is sponsored by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission,
and being conducted by the Overseas Vote Foundation and our project
partner, Q2 Data & Research, LLC. Your feedback will help to
influence developments which will make it easier for us to
Please help by sharing your experiences and opinions with us. Only
with your feedback can we make good recommendations. Thank you in
advance for your time.
From your friends at Overseas Vote Foundation
Please use this internet address to begin the survey: