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Christian Smith-Socaris on November 6, 2008 - 4:11pm
It is important not only that everyone be able to cast a ballot, but that every vote is counted and meaningful. Voters too often feel their vote won’t matter, whether because they don’t believe in the integrity of the voting system or because they are stuck in non-competitive voting jurisdictions.
Several fundamental reforms, from improved election integrity measures to redistricting reforms can support the integrity of the electoral process and create elections that enhance voters' ability to influence electoral outcomes and have their voice truly heard in the political process.
- Paper Ballots
- Post-Election Audits
- Provisional Ballot Reform
- Preventing Election Privatization
- Redistricting Reform