Skip to Content

Suggested Search

Voting & Elections

The U.S. Constitution defines, on a basic level, how Federal elections are held in Articles I and II, and in various amendments. State law regulates most aspects of electoral law, including primaries, the eligibility of voters, state Electoral College proceedings, and state and local election processes (state rules are not part of this search). On the Federal level, the Federal Election Commission regulates public funding of elections and candidate expenditures to a certain extent. The Justice Department enforces the Voting Rights Act. The Defense Department administers the Federal Voting Assistance Program for uniformed service members and others living outside the U.S. The Election Assistance Commission and the Civil Rights Commission provide additional aid and oversight.

Showing 1-20 of 10955 results since 1994. View 10935 more results.

View more Health & Public Welfare searches.

Showing 1-20 of 10955 results since 1994. View 10935 more results.

View more Health & Public Welfare searches.