The right to vote in a democratic election is a cornerstone of civil rights. This page serves as an index to all dKosopedia pages related to voting rights and election integrity, and all such pages link back to this page.
Defense of election integrity
Threats to election integrity
These internal and external pages are updated frequently.
- Election integrity timeline
- Brad Blog, edited by Brad Friedman
- Election Law, edited by Rick Hasen
- Election Law @ Moritz main page for election issues posted by Moritz School of Law at Ohio State University
- electionline.org, published by the Pew Center on the States (Pew Charitable Trusts)
- Election Updates, edited by Michael Alvarez and Thad Hall
- Votelaw, edited by Edward Still
- VotersUnite.org's "Voting News" page, including John Gideon's "Daily Voting News"
Election integrity articles
- Election expenses includes analysis of the costs involved in running an election.
- Election integrity defines the term.
- Election integrity timeline includes significant events, legislation, litigation, publication of articles and books, and debuts of movies relating to the defense of or threats to election integrity.
- Frameshop: Fair Elections
- Glossary includes definition of terms relating to electronic voting machines.
- Guide to establishing a pollwatching group
- Miscellaneous election integrity references
- Serving as an election official describes what is involved in serving as an election official.
- Voting systems includes a discussion of instant runoff voting, Condorcet, and other systems.
Election integrity lists
- Alternatives to DREs
- Articles from newspapers and magazines
- Audio podcasts and archived radio programs
- Blogs devoted primarily to election integrity
- Candidates for elected office who have demonstrated a commitment to election integrity.
- Conferences past and future
- Experts (academics, organization leaders, and others)
- Governmental regulation entities, including the Election Assistance Commission, Federal Election Commission, NASED, and state entities.
- Hotlines and addresses phone numbers and addresses (e-mail and other) for reporting election irregularities
- Movies (full-length)
- Proposals for improving election systems
- Reports (mainly in PDF form)
- Standards drafted by various agencies
- Testing labs including so-called "Independent Testing Authorities"
- TV programs broadcast by networks
- Vendors that sell electronic voting machines
- Video released by individuals and organizations
- Whistleblowers who have risked their careers by reporting problems to public officials or the media