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The partisan control of election administration in the states now serves to erode public trust and intensify partisan gamesmanship, which in turn further erodes public trust.

U.S. elections long relied on the two-party system of political checks and balances to ensure the legitimacy of results - but now, the public’s mistrust of elections is combining with changes to election law and a major shift away from party affiliation to endanger the integrity of elections. Read more»