Election administration is essential to the proper functioning of our democracy. This work focuses on two areas of great importance: non-precinct voting and the resolution of disputed elections.
These three calendars, found in black and white on pages 188 to 191 of the book, are color coded to distinguish the different procedures involved:
Procedures for the Resolution of a Disputed Presidential Election: Calendar of Deadlines
Procedures for a Presidential Dispute: Schedule for Official Institutions
Procedures for a Presidential Dispute: Schedule for Campaign Attorneys
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Reporter: Edward B. Foley, Ohio State University
Associate Reporter: Steven F. Huefner, Ohio State University
This volume is ALI’s first foray into the area of Election Administration. Part I provides principles for use by jurisdictions that wish to use absentee-voting or early-voting options as a supplement to in-person precinct-based voting on Election Day. Part II concerns principles applicable to disputed elections generally, while Part III specifically concerns procedures necessary for disputed presidential elections given their uniquely challenging scheduling constraints.
Summary of Contents
Part I. Principles of Non-Precinct Voting: Early In-Person Voting and Open Absentee Voting
Part II. Principles for the Resolution of Ballot-Counting Disputes
Part III. Procedures for the Resolution of a Disputed Presidential Election
Table of Statutes
Table of Cases
In the Institute’s tradition, this authoritative volume combines clear black-letter provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter’s Notes.
The Principles will be supplemented by an Annual Pocket Part.
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