There are currently 32 states with “membership” in ERIC, plus Washington D.C. According to the terms of their contract ERIC provides two primary services to its members. 1) They compare various state databases with voter registration rolls, identify names not included on the rolls, and provide that list to the state. The state is then required to send voter registration applications to everyone on the list. 2) They provide states with information about potentially ineligible voter records based on comparison with the databases of other member states and a variety of third-party data sources. In theory, this would give states what they need to insure voter roll accuracy.
The District of Columbia is also a member. (32 states plus D.C.)
Fill in the appropriate information in the Open Records Request template, as necessary, including Date, County or Government office or official, physical address and email address to send records to, and add your name in the signature field.