Allowing people to vote over the internet could draw millions more Americans to the polls, according to a University of Arizona study. The lead researcher recommends that states begin testing this theory by allowing online elections for local school board positions.

In the study, Robert Done, an assistant research professor of management and policy at the Eller College of Business and Public Administration, highlights the results of the Arizona Democratic Party's 2000 presidential primary, which used internet voting in a binding election for public office for the first time.

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