Voting in 2008 ten swing states
Wang, Tova Andrea.; Common Cause (U.S.); Century Foundation.
Record modified: 2011-09-08
Record created: 2009-01-12
Title from title screen (viewed on Jan. 12, 2009).; "A report from the Common Cause Education Fund." Includes bibliographical references.; Co-sponsored by Common Cause and the Century Foundation; support provided by The John Merck Fund, the Quixote Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation.
Extent: 107 p. : digital, PDF file.
Abstract: A report on voting processes and election administration policies for the 2008 election in 10 swing states: Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Colorado, New Mexico, and Virginia. Issues examined include poll worker training and recruitment, student voting rights, and voter education, as well as laws and policies regarding voter registration and statewide databases, voter identification, challenge laws, deceptive practices, provisional ballots, and allocation of voting machines. This work is a follow-up report to "Voting in 2006: Have We Solved the Problems of 2004?"
Election law--United States--States
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OCLC No.: 298135640
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