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Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Elections
United States House of Representatives
Lawrence D. Norden
Counsel, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law
March 20, 2007
This memorandum sets out a comprehensive election reform agenda for the 110th Congress and explains the reasons for each policy reform.
This federal election reform agenda is the product of years of research and experience by the civil rights, voting rights, civic participation, and progressive advocacy community.
Committee on Rules and Administration
United States Senate
for Justice at New York
"This book not only systematically identifies 120 potential threats to voting technology, but it offers specific remedies and countermeasures that election officials can employ to make these attacks more difficult to perform."