1. Voting Made Clear

    Voting is a right for all U.S. citizens. But it is often threatened by state laws and complex voting procedures. Your rights matter. Your voice matters. Your vote matters. FindLaw.com has the resources you need to vote on Election Day and get help if anything stands in the way.

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  2. Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act (UMOVA)

    The Uniform Military and Overseas Voter Act (UMOVA) simplifies the process of absentee voting for United State military and overseas civilians by making the process more uniform, convenient, secure and efficient. UMOVA covers all military personnel or their dependents, as well as U.S. citizens residing outside the United States who are unable to vote in-person. […]

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  3. Elections Administration Research Database

    The Elections Administration Research Database contains elections administration reports published between 2000 and the present. The reports span a range of topics from election costs to voter ID to online voter registration and reflect a variety of perspectives, ranging from election administrators to nonprofit organizations to academic researchers. Each report has been coded by subject, […]

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  4. Election Emergencies

    Election dates are set by state statute and, with the exception of special elections that may crop up from time to time, are usually set according to a longstanding schedule. Election officials spend months planning an election, including what would happen if there were to be an emergency on Election Day. And yet, they can’t […]

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  5. NCSL Post-Election Audits

    An overview of post-election audits, how they work, what states are doing them, pending legislation and what are the advantages to conducting one.

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  6. NCSL Election Technology Overview

    The next big issue in election administration in the U.S. will revolve around technology: voting equipment, electronic poll books, election management systems, and other hardware and software designed to serve voters and election administrators.

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