7296863_U.S._Election_reform

7296863_U.S._Election_reform - U.S. Election Reform 1 U.S....

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U.S. Election Reform 1 U.S. Election Reform [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name]
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U.S. Election Reform 2 U.S. Election Reform After the 2000 presidential election, the current debate over election reform began, with a primary focus on voting equipment and on developing procedural remedies for flaws observed in the current election process. Consider, for example, the election reform legislation enacted by Congress--the "Help America Vote Act of 2002". This legislation was primarily designed to provide states with money to purchase new voting equipment and to encourage states to implement a series of specific procedures, such as statewide voter registration systems, voter education programs, and provisional voting. Our current political leaders would suffer greatly if either house of Congress changed hands in 2006, or if the presidency changed hands in 2008. The lids would come off all the simmering scandals, from the selling of the Iraq war to profiteering by politically connected companies. The Republicans
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