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Through legal analysis, case studies, empirical evidence, and interviews with current officeholders, State Secretaries of State reveals how a state's chief election administrator plays a pivotal role in administering elections and ensuring that accuracy and access are promoted, enforced, and attained. The book provides the first in-depth study of the history of the position and the Secretary's role in registering voters, enforcing voting laws, overseeing elections, and certifying results.

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