People in Guernsey could be able to vote on the weekend before and the day before Election Day next year.
It is one of a number of potential changes put forward by the States Assembly & Constitution Committee in its second policy letter on the arrangements for the 2020 General Election.
Other potential changes include introducing electronic vote counting and sending candidate manifesto booklets to all homes on the Electoral Roll.
There are also plans to improve the Election website. This would include individual pages for each candidate, videos of each candidate, a Q&A section for members of the public to put questions to the candidates, and the ability for the public to create a printable shortlist of candidates.
The committee says the changes will need a higher budget than previous years.
The policy letter is being submitted with a request that it be debated at the December States' Meeting.