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Glossaries of Election Terminology

 

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - Chinese
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - English to Spanish
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - Japanese
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - Korean
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - Tagalog
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

PDF Document Glossary of Election Terminology - Vietnamese
The glossary contains 1,843 terms and phrases used in the administration of elections in the United States.

 Document Ten New Quick Start Guides & Tips for Election Officials
EAC has ten new Quick Start Guides available with concise tips for election officials. The guides offer quick tips on: (1) Educating Poll Watchers; (2) Disaster and Contingency Planning; (3) Managing Provisional Ballots; (4) Conducting Election Audits; (5) Serving UOCAVA Voters; (6) Managing Alternative Voting Method; (7) Managing the Voting Process; (8) Employing Effective Poll Workers; (9) Strengthening Voter Education Programs; and (10) Making Election Data Pay Off. We also posted Voter Tips with FAQ facts to help and encourage voters to become familiar with the voting process in your state

Results: 7 Document(s) Found.