Election Initiatives

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We conduct policy-relevant research to identify areas of strength and weakness in current elections systems and to evaluate possible solutions. The findings help states improve the way elections are administered in the U.S.

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  • Google Search Provides Election Information—Instantly

    From now until Election Day, when a user types “vote,” “where do I vote,” or other variations into the Google search engine, a box appears indicating when polls open, where to vote early, voter identification requirements, and who and what is on the ballot, based on the user’s location, as well as helpful hyperlinks to outside resources that contain additional... Read More

  • Voting Information Now Available in More Languages

    The Voting Information Project (VIP) has updated its digital tool to provide official voting information in 17 languages: For the 2016 presidential election, the mobile-optimized tool supports Amharic, Chinese, English, Hmong, Hindi, Japanese, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Oromo, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese. Read More

  • Colorado: A Governing Success Story

    Today, leaders in Colorado are doing just that to ensure that state funds are expended on programs that bring the greatest return on investment and serve the public interest. Under the leadership of Governor John Hickenlooper, legislators have worked to craft bipartisan legislation, review budgets, improve services, and build public confidence in the performance of government. In particular, the... Read More

Military and Overseas Voting

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Fred Baldassaro

Director, Communications