Produced and maintained by the Election Reform Information Project, the Electiononline website details the latest news surrounding various issues surrounding election reform, whether its "absentee ballots or touchscreen machines, legislation or commission reports.” While most visitors may not be surprised that their headquarters are in Washington, DC, they will certainly be pleasantly surprised to find full-length reports in their “Publications” section on election reform (in all its many forms) and their “Resource Library”, which includes links to materials on the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the election reform legislation database. Finally, as with most such civic-minded organizations, they also have a weekly electronic newsletter, which users can sign up to receive or they can just browse away through their archives.


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