Electoral integrity in America : securing democracy / Pippa Norris, Sarah Cameron, and Thomas Wynter
- Oxford scholarship online
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I INTRODUCTION -- 1.Challenges in American Elections / Thomas Wynter -- 2.Electoral laws / Richard L. Hasen -- 3.Voting Procedures: Inclusion versus Security / Kevin Pal Lister -- 4.Diagnosing Electoral Integrity / Michael Latner -- pt. II CHALLENGES -- 5.Gerrymandering / Robin E. Best -- 6.Voter Identification / Philip Yates -- 7.Fake News / Kjerstin Thorson -- 8.Transparency / David Carroll -- 9.Decentralized Administration / Craig Arceneaux -- pt. III CONCLUSIONS -- 10.America in Comparative Perspective / Heather Szilagyi -- 11.Lessons for the Reform Agenda / Sarah Cameron.
- This volume, written by expert legal scholars, political scientists, and electoral assistance practitioners, brings evidence to bear on a series of challenges in American electoral integrity, including electoral laws, voter registers, gerrymandering, fake news, lack of transparency, and inconsistent state regulations. The book sets these issues in comparative context and draws out the broader policy lessons for improving electoral integrity and strengthening democracy.
- 9780190934200 (ebook)
- Audience Notes:
- Previously issued in print: 2018.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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