Download Election 2000: An Investigation of Voting Irregularities epub
by Committee on Government Reform U S. House of Representatives
"Confidence in our election processes is of utmost importance. To help ensure confidence in the integrity of voting processes, the Voting Section plays an important role in addressing voting irregularities. By accurately recording and documenting its activities in as clear a manner as possible, the Voting Section contributes to assuring the public and Congress of the integrity of our voting processes and that allegations of voting irregularities have been addressed." - William O. Jenkins, Jr., Director Homeland Security and Justice Issues Election-day problems in Florida and elsewhere in November 2000 raised concerns about voting systems that included, among other things, alleged voting irregularities that may have affected voter access to the polls. This report identifies and describes: · Changes the Department of Justice has made since November 2000 to help ensure voter access to the polls. · Actions that the Voting Section in the DOJ's Civil Rights Division has taken to track, address, and assess allegations of election-related voting irregularities received between November 2003 and December 2003. · Assessing the Voting Section's internal control activities to help ensure relevant, accurate, and reliable recording and documentation of allegations of voting irregularities. Department of Justice Activities to Address Past Election-Related Voting Irregularities is the result of work completed for the Ranking Minor Members of the House Committee on Government Reform, House Committee on the Judiciary and the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs originally issued in August 2004.
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Committee on Government Reform U S. House of Representatives
Cosimo Reports (November 15, 2005)
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