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Unrigging American Elections

Reform Past and Prologue

  • Dari Sylvester¬†Tran
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Part of the Elections, Voting, Technology book series (EVT)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Background: Access and Integrity

  3. Analysis

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      Pages 35-35
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  4. Back Matter
    Pages 177-205

About this book

Introduction

This critical and systematic analysis of election reforms post-HAVA (Help America Vote Act of 2002) offers a detailed look ahead at the significant challenges that remain in the context of a new presidential administration. Employing a mixed methodological approach, this book analyzes the biggest election challenges faced by voters and election administrators in the areas of voter registration, polling place and non-polling place voting, election administration personnel, and voting technology. Within the framework of the competing values of integrity and access, this book fills a crucial gap in the existing literature by analyzing the impact of election reform wins and losses. The book concludes with a promising agenda for the future of election reform and the political considerations that will be brought to bear on that agenda.

Keywords

Voting Rights Reform 1965 Voting Rights Act Presidential Commission on Elections Administration Help America Vote Act Election Assistance Commission voter disenfranchisement

Authors and affiliations

  • Dari Sylvester¬†Tran
    • 1
  1. 1.University of the PacificStocktonUSA

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