AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Georgia's Secretary of State says voters are now being offered two new paperless registration options.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced the launch of online and mobile voter registration systems Monday. Kemp made the announcement at a meeting with state election and voter registration officials in Augusta.
Kemp says Georgia voters will need a valid state driver's license to register. Kemp added that the upgraded system is expected to benefit voters throughout the state and save time and money.
Kemp says voters may access online registration through the "My Voter Page" on the Secretary of State's website. Kemp says mobile users can register through the "GA Votes" application. The application is already available to Android users, and is expected to launch on the Apple platform this week.
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