1. Logical Election Policy

    The Logical Election Policy report is a roadmap for legislators—particularly at the state level—to understand their policy options and highlight the upstream and downstream effects of policy reforms. The recommendations include: ways to meet voter expectations for more modern, integrated, and secure voter rolls; updated and more efficient methods of casting ballots; and better ways […]

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  2. Primary Education: Election Reform and the 2004 Presidential Race

    In this report, electionline.org and The Century Foundation examined national election reform issues around the country that will have an impact on the 2004 primary election season. It also specifically examines changes to voting procedures – and potential voting problems – in the 22 early primary states that will be the key battlegrounds as the […]

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  3. Ready for Reform? (March 2003)

    What changes need to be made and what upgrades states opt to make will determine how much voting will be reformed around the country. This Election Reform Briefing explores where states stood as of February 2003 in their readiness to meet the mandates of HAVA. The Briefing provides an indication – from the top state […]

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