Resources on elections in the United States, with an explanation of the electoral college, campaign finance, and the electoral process.
Presented in question/answer format, this section addresses the nomination and election of the President, Senators, and Representatives, qualifications for voting, the administration of elections, and the funding of campaigns.
- Elections Guide 2004
This journal provides a broad look at the elections—the influential forces at work, the positions of the two major parties, and voting procedures in the United States.
Explanation of the role and activities of the U.S. Federal Election Commission.
Authority to Standardize National Election
Report on the constitutional authority and limitations relevant to attempts by Congress to standardize election procedures.
A Framework for Evaluating Reform Proposals
This section explains the variability in election administration, discusses the challenges to effective electoral reform, and presents criteria for assessing reform.
Reform: Overview and Issues
report discusses the issues surrounding elections reform.
Elections in the United States: A Primer
This report describes the four stages of the presidential election process.
Procedures and Technologies