Report

What's Changed, What Hasn't and Why: Election Reform 2000-2006

  • February 07, 2006
Electionline.org, a source of nonpartisan and non-advocacy news and analysis on election reform issues, has published the fourth edition of "What's Changed, What Hasn't and Why"–- its annual report detailing the state of election reform nationwide.

From the introduction to the report:

"As 2006 begins, the standard title of the report is especially apt. The Help America Vote Act of 2002 imposed a number of key deadlines that finally arrived January 1; as a result, the existence (or lack thereof) of electoral changes – and the reasons why – are no longer merely an academic question for election officials, advocates and policymakers. Rather, such developments take on additional significance as they could provide the impetus for enforcement litigation or other federal activity in the field of election reform."

Pew is no longer active in this line of work, but for more information, please visit electionline.org.