1. Ready for 2002, Forgetting 2000 (January 2002)

    Despite arguments in the halls of Congress that the nation’s election system is teetering on the verge of collapse, state and local election officials say they are more than ready for the 2002 elections, without new federal standards or money, without increased budgets and without new technology.

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  2. Election Preview (2008)

    Eight years after the 2000 election exposed some limitations of the American voting process – and six years after passage of a federal law intended to address those limitations – voters return to the polls to choose a president and thousands of other elected officials across the country. When they do, they will encounter an […]

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  3. Election Preview (2004)

    The goal is to set the “state of play” immediately before Election Day. By now machines have been purchased, laws and regulations set and registration closed in many states. In many parts of the country and abroad voting has already begun.This report is intended to serve as both retrospective and reference on “Election Reform 2004: […]

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  4. Annual Report (2006)

    This was supposed to be the year–and the election–when the voting process nationwide was more secure, more technologically advanced and more trusted by the citizens and candidates participating.

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  5. Annual Report (2004)

    electionline.org’s third annual report seeks to give readers a national overview of the scope and progress of changes to elections around the country. With a presidential election looming in the fall, 2004 provides the best opportunity since the Supreme Court stopped the protracted Florida recount more than three years ago to look at how elections […]

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  6. Annual Report (2002)

    electionline.org is pleased to bring you this report, the second look at the state of play of election reform in Washington, state capitals, county seats and city halls across America.

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  7. Annual Report (2001)

    To determine the current state of election reform, the Election Reform Information Project surveyed election reform activity across the country since November 2000. The Election Reform Information Project looked at developments in Congress and the federal government, in the states, in the courts and in the dozens of public- and private-sector task forces and study […]

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