Each person of legal age, who freely elects to do so, shall register to vote every fourth year.
Upon adoption of this Constitution, each person of legal age shall initially register into a centralized Republic database from which the separate voting districts shall be calculated and established. Each person shall register electronically and shall be identified according to that person’s unique genetic characteristics, as established by Congress (i.e., fingerprints, iris scan, or other genetic identification, according to the most advanced technology available and provided at the time of registration).
Voter registration shall be held during the first quarter of every fourth year to coincide with the elections of Members of Congress, of the President, and of Judges, which shall be held during the last quarter of the same year.
As set forth in Article I, Section 5, of this Constitution, Congress shall establish the times, places, manner, and support the means and costs of voter registrations and elections. There shall be two days assigned for registrations at the first of every fourth year, and two days for elections at the end of every fourth year. The times and dates for registrations and elections shall be designated Federal Holidays and called “World Voter Registration Days” and “World Election Days,” respectively. All employees of any business or corporation of any kind established throughout the Republic of Earth shall be compensated their full pay and benefits for each of these days.