Browsing Harvard Kennedy School by Keyword "elections"
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(The American Prospect, 2001)New technologies were supposed to enable campaigns to reach more voters. Instead, they ended up fragmenting and alienating much of the electorate.
(The Electoral Integrity Project, 2014)In many countries, polling day ends with disputes about ballot-box fraud, corruption, and flawed registers. Which claims are accurate? And which are false complaints from sore losers? New evidence gathered by the Electoral ...