By Kathleen Hale, Robert Montjoy, Mitchell Brown
Administering Elections presents a digest of up to date American election management utilizing a platforms viewpoint. The authors supply perception into the interconnected nature of all elements of elections management, and sheds like at the strength results of reforms that fail to account for this.
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Additional demands on poll workers are the abilities to provide assistance to language minorities in jurisdictions covered under the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) and to voters with disabilities in all jurisdictions. Yet the quality of the poll worker force is critically important to avoid errors and to help voters. Research by Hall, Monson and Patterson (2009) shows that voters’ perceptions of poll worker quality signiﬁcantly inﬂuence voter conﬁdence; perceptions of higher quality are linked to greater levels of conﬁdence.
With paper ballots, the next step depends on whether the jurisdiction is using precinct counters or a central counter. With the former, the voter feeds the ballot into the machine. With central counters, the voter deposits the ballot in a box that will be taken to a central counting location. One important difference is that most precinct counters can be set to detect and return ballots with overvotes, attempts to vote for too many candidates for one ofﬁce, or even failures to record a vote. The latter setting requires judgment since many voters deliberately avoid certain races and returning the ballots causes embarrassment and delay.
Administering Elections: How American Elections Work by Kathleen Hale, Robert Montjoy, Mitchell Brown