Best Practices

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Recount Principles and Best Practices

This document addresses a wide range of recount topics, including counting methods, transparency, impartiality, initiating methods, targeted recounts, and rules for determining voter intent. CEIMN convened four nationally recognized, bipartisan authors and a blue-ribbon panel of advisors to create these key principles and best practices.

Audits Vs. Recounts

Audits vs. Recounts: What’s the Difference?

Audits and recounts are two different post-election processes, but both are designed to build confidence in our elections. With everything going on in the post-election news cycle, Verified Voting and Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota coauthored this FAQ on the difference between an audit and a recount.

Voting News

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CISA flags election system threats ahead of midterms

 Susan Miller/GCN, July 15th, 2022.

To help state and local officials with election security ahead of the midterm elections, organizations are issuing advice for supply chain risks, insider threats and strengthening election systems’ cyber defenses.

Recount Roulette

Huffington Post
11/3/2012
by Mark Halvorson & Barbara Simon

We risk an election meltdown worse than the Florida 2000 debacle when the presidential election came down to hanging chads and chaos. This time we are looking at another razor close result and perhaps another recount.

CISA flags election system threats ahead of midterms

Submitted by dan@ceimn.org on Fri, 06/24/2022 - 14:10

 Susan Miller/GCN, July 15th, 2022.

To help state and local officials with election security ahead of the midterm elections, organizations are issuing advice for supply chain risks, insider threats and strengthening election systems’ cyber defenses.

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Voting and Election Laws (USA.gov)

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(Test content) Federal election LAW can help protect your voting rights and the election process. Learn about limits on campaign contributions, accessibility laws for voters with disabilities or language barriers, and more.

U.S. election laws date back to Article 1 of the Constitution. This gave states the responsibility of overseeing federal elections. Many Constitutional amendments and federal laws to protect voting rights have been passed since then.

Voting News

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Election Law Blog:  This source covers the law of politics and the politics of law and includes coverage of election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, redistricting, and the Supreme Court.

electionline:  Electionline is an essential stop for news and information for election administrators, advocates, and journalists. It provides news about the people and processes that guide our nation’s elections.  

Audits vs. Recounts: What’s the Difference?

Submitted by admin on Thu, 06/23/2022 - 05:08

Audits and recounts are two different post-election processes, but both are designed to build confidence in our elections. With everything going on in the post-election news cycle, Verified Voting and Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota coauthored this FAQ on the difference between an audit and a recount.

Recount Principles and Best Practices

Submitted by admin on Thu, 06/23/2022 - 04:31

This document addresses a wide range of recount topics, including counting methods, transparency, impartiality, initiating methods, targeted recounts, and rules for determining voter intent. CEIMN convened four nationally recognized, bipartisan authors and a blue-ribbon panel of advisors to create these key principles and best practices.