Presidential Commission on Election Administration Recommends that All States Use Early Voting

On January 21, the Presidential Commission on Election Administration released its recommendations on how to improve the voting process. The Commission relied on the testimony of hundreds of local election officials, and also on scholarly research. It is bipartisan. Perhaps the most interesting recommendation is the Report’s strong endorsement of early voting. Here is Nate Persily’s description of the Report, with a link to the Report itself.


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Presidential Commission on Election Administration Recommends that All States Use Early Voting — 2 Comments

  1. The brain dead MORONS never heard about ALL snail mail paper ballots in Oregon – for about 15 years.

    NO disease filled overheated polling stations on election days.

    MAJOR felonies for voting if not being a LEGAL Elector.

  2. I could wish that all such commissions (Federal and state levels) were *NON*-partisan, not *BI*-partisan . . . but maybe sometimes even only BI-partisan panels can recognize some possible improvements.

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