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Resources for Voters
The EAC provides timely and useful information to American voters, who deserve accessible, accurate and secure elections
The EAC's Testing and Certification program is the critical first step in the process of maintaining the reliability and security of the voting systems used in our nation's elections.
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Election officials need support to maintain and improve election systems. The EAC is a trusted partner in this important endeavor.
Research & Data
Innovative research and data collection fuels the EAC’s mission to improve voter experience and support election administrators.
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission today released the 2016 Election Administration and Voting Survey (EAVS), the most comprehensive nationwide data about...
Next week the EAC will release the 2016 Election Administration and Voting Survey (EAVS). This report will include tons of great election administration data
The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is thrilled to announce the promotion of Sean Greene, who is now the commission's Director of Research. Sean joined our...
Workshop 2. Programming Voting Equipment. Programming equipment to display more than one language accurately and effectively is key to ensuring a voter...
Workshop 1 - Maximizing Language Services and Election Materials: Hear analysis on the current state of language services options, with insight from work at the...
Panelists: Matt Masterson, Craig Latimer, Dr. Gilberto Zelaya, James Tucker and Andy Kang at Language Access for Voters Summit
Moderator – Adam Ambrogi and Panelists: Jonathan Stein, Indra Arriaga, Julie Wise, Brittnie Baker at Language Access for Voters Summit
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