Election Administration by the Numbers
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This year, Colorado and North Carolina will run their first statewide general elections after enacting major policy changes in 2013. Read More
In October, Pew released the results of eight state surveys—California, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas—of public opinion on election reform and election administration. In every state, strong majorities from both parties supported arguments in favor of interstate data-sharing to keep voter registration rolls accurate and up-to-date. Read More
Data released by King County, Washington, reported that only 11,174 ballots sent to county voters for the 2014 primary were returned as undeliverable, down from 17,911 in the 2013 primary, a drop of over one-third. Read More