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Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Missouri Edition

Posted on Research Reports Adam Fogel, Allison Mcneely on September 04, 2009
Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Missouri Edition

The Democracy SOS Project aims to increase transparency in election administration and monitor actions of election officials, starting with Secretaries of State. This report is a compilation of the results of surveying county clerks in 10 "swing states" during the 2008 presidential election. FairVote staff and interns surveyed nearly every county clerk in Missouri, New Mexico, Colorado and Pennsylvania, as well as election officials in counties with at least 500,000 residents in Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Virginia and Wisconsin.

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Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--New Mexico Edition

Posted on Research Reports Adam Fogel, Daniel Weaver on September 04, 2009
Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--New Mexico Edition

The Democracy SOS Project aims to increase transparency in election administration and to monitor the actions of election officials, starting with Secretaries of State. This series reports the results of surveys of county clerks in 10 "swing states" during the 2008 Presidential Election. FairVote staff and interns surveyed nearly every county clerk in Missouri, New Mexico, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as election officials in counties with at least 500,000 residents in Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin.

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Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Colorado Edition

Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Colorado Edition

The Democracy SOS Project aims to increase transparency in election administration and to monitor the actions of election officials, starting with Secretaries of State. This series reports the results of surveys of county clerks in 10 "swing states" during the 2008 presidential election. FairVote staff and interns surveyed nearly every county clerk in Missouri, New Mexico, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as election officials in counties with at least 500,000 residents in Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin.

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Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Virginia Edition

Posted on Research Reports Adam Fogel, Allison Mcneely on September 04, 2009
Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--Virginia Edition

The Democracy SOS Project aims to increase transparency in election administration and to monitor the actions of election officials, starting with Secretaries of State. This series reports the results of surveys of county clerks in 10 "swing states" during the 2008 presidential election. FairVote staff and interns surveyed nearly every county clerk in Missouri, New Mexico, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as election officials in counties with at least 500,000 residents in Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin.

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Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--National Edition

Posted on Research Reports Adam Fogel, Allison Mcneely on September 04, 2009
Uniformity in Election Administration: A 2008 Survey of Swing State County Clerks--National Edition

The Democracy SOS Project aims to increase transparency in election administration and monitor actions of election officials, starting with Secretaries of State. The following reports are a compilation of the results of surveying county clerks in 10 "swing states" during the 2008 Presidential Election. FairVote staff and interns surveyed nearly every county clerk in Missouri, New Mexico, Colorado and Pennsylvania, as well as election officials in counties with at least 500,000 residents in Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Virginia and Wisconsin. We asked questions designed to shed light on the practices of the county, as well as their interpretation and compliance with state law.

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Delegating Democracy

Posted on Research Reports Adam Fogel on August 11, 2009

Parties have great opportunities to review and improve their election systems by incorporating reforms that give more voters an equal voice and an equal vote. From representative delegate allocation regimes to ranked choice voting and expanded suffrage rights, a political party's nomination process can be a true laboratory of democracy.

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