New Study: Seven Early Voting Ideas to Improve Outdated Election Process

by - October 22, 2013

s voters across the country head to the polls next week and election officials review their voting protocols, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law today released a new report detailing the benefits of early voting programs and offering recommendations to substantially improve our outdated election process. Based on extensive interviews with election officials and an analysis of state early voting laws, Early Voting: What Works proposes seven early voting recommendations that would improve the process for both voters and election officials, and provide more opportunities for citizens to cast a ballot.

New Study: Seven Early Voting Ideas to Improve Outdated Election Process | Brennan Center for Justice

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