1. Election Resources for Safe Elections

    The resources offered on this website are free, easy to use, and implementable by local election officials. Covering the election process from start to finish, the resources represent the work and effort of election experts from across the country to support local election officials in providing a safe, secure, and inclusive process for voters.

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  2. How to Vote: An Online Guide for Students and Other Election Newcomers

    With the 2020 presidential election right around the corner, millions of newly eligible voters across the country are preparing to cast their ballot for the very first time. As one of the most important groups to turn up on Election Day, first-time voters make up 21% of the voting population in the U.S. However, these […]

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  3. The Election Influence Operations Playbook

    The threat of Influence Operations (IO) strikes the core of our democracy by seeking to influence hearts and minds with divisive and often false information. Although malicious actors are targeting the whole of society, the upcoming “The Election Influence Operations Playbook” focuses on a subset of influence operations—the types of disinformation attacks and misinformation incidents […]

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  4. 50 Ideas for Recruiting and Retaining Poll Workers

    Whether they’re staffing the polls, processing ballots, or fielding voter phone calls, your temporary election workers are invaluable. But many jurisdictions struggle to recruit enough, even without a global pandemic! That’s why we’re rounding up your success stories. Elections aren’t one-size-fits-all, so steal ideas you like and ignore the rest.

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  5. New Jersey RLA Case Study

    In November 2018, state and local officials in New Jersey took part in the Garden State’s first-ever pilot risk limiting audit (RLA) of voting equipment. A risk-limiting audit is nationally recognized as a reliable method to validate the integrity of the voting equipment and verify the accuracy of election results with a high degree of […]

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  6. 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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