The February 2020 issue of The Canvass provides a roundup of 2019 legislative action on elections, an interview with New Jersey State Senator James Beach and other things worth noting.
The Electoral College is a unique method for indirectly selecting the president of the United States. It is established in the U.S. Constitution.
NCSL maintains extensive resources on elections laws and procedures. Links to our most popular resources are included in this table of contents.
This page serves as a table of contents for NCSL's campaign finance resources, including states’ disclosure requirements, public financing programs and limits on contributions to candidates.
This page acts as a table of contents for all of NCSL's Initiative, Referendum, and Recall webpages.
NCSL provides databases of state-level election legislation. This includes searchable databases on election-related bills, ballot measures, campaign finance and redistricting legislation.
NCSL’s Redistricting and Elections Standing Committee is made up of legislators and legislative staff who are focused on redistricting, election administration, voting technology and campaign finance.