How are Elections Run in Your County?
One way to predict how the 2016 election will run is to look at how things went last time we elected a president. But the U.S. does not just run one election operation, it runs thousands. Election Day is decentralized by design, administered independently by counties and towns around the country. While that prevents any one person or group from controlling the outcome, it also makes it hard to keep track of how well elections actually work.
Luckily, the federal government sends a survey to local election officials after every election to get a clearer picture.
So, how did your county do in the last presidential election?
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