Electoral Integrity in America

Pippa Norris, Sarah Cameron, Thomas Wynter · ISBN 9780190934170
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Publisher Oxford University Press USA
Author(s) Pippa Norris / Sarah Cameron / Thomas Wynter
Subtitle Securing Democracy
Published 4th December 2018
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Securing Democracy

Concern about the integrity of American elections did not start with Trump's election; flaws in procedures have gradually grown during recent decades. The contemporary "tipping point" that raised public awareness was the 2000 Bush v. Gore Florida count, but, the 2016 campaign and its aftermath clearly worsened several major structural weaknesses. This deepened party polarization over the rules of the game and corroded American trust in the electoral process.
Disputes over elections have proliferated on all sides in Trump's America with heated debate about the key problems--whether the risks of electoral fraud, fake news, voter suppression, or Russian
interference--and with no consensus about the right solutions. This book illuminates several major challenges observed during the 2016 U.S. elections, focusing upon concern about both the security and inclusiveness of the voter registration process in America. Given the importance of striking the right balance between security and inclusiveness in voter registration, this volume brings together legal scholars, political scientists, and electoral assistance practitioners to provide new
evidence-based insights and policy-relevant recommendations.
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