U.S. citizens are very mobile with 12.5% of households moving every year. Movers include college students, job seekers, members of the military, and foreclosure victims. Yet many of the basic rules governing our voting processes do not recognize this reality. In fact, frequent movers are much more likely than other citizens to be prevented from voting by the outdated nature of our voter registration system. The Fair Elections Legal Network recognizes the special challenges faced by the mobile population and is actively working to mitigate the impact of these administrative barriers.