Aside from the law itself, there are many organizations which provide statistics and advocacy to help people better understand elections. The below resources are helpful for providing context to the election process or helping you retrieve quantitative data on the process.
The below organizations represent just a few of the many nonpartisan research organizations which specialize in matters of elections and U.S. democracy. Each of these organizations have different research and data reporting methods, so it is valuable to consider all when gathering statistical information on the topic of elections.
The below links are to other helpful resources for research into election law, statistics, process, or history. Please note that while these guides are accessible by the public, the resources within may not all be free to access. Please contact the UNMSOL Library Reference Desk for assistance with accessing these resources.
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