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- Alliance for Better Campaigns: A public interest `group` seeking to improve elections by promoting high standards for candidate accountability, media coverage, and citizen engagement.
- Ballot Access News: The web home of Ballot Access News, the premiere newsletter for up-to-date news about the continuing fight for fair and equitable ballot access laws in the USA.
- Better American Candidates with Knowledge, Morals and Ethics (BACK ME): A candidates' pledge to clean-up elections, speak about issues in their campaigns, and legislate for their constituents. Advocates personal campaign finance reform.
- CFJV - Citizens for Fair and Just Voting in America: Aims to reform and improve the accuracy and legitimacy of state and federal voting procedures in America.
- Campaigns for People: Organization formed to educate Texans about the serious problems with the state campaign system and to organize a broad coalition for change.
- Early Voting: Also known as "Early In-House Absentee Voting," this program allows voting before election day. Hours, maps and directions to locations. Links to government sites, news articles and editorials for and against the program.
- Election Guardians: Susan Weber and associates, advocating against electronic balloting systems. Information about the lawsuit against California Secretary of State Bill Jones, as well as links to related news items.
- Election Reform Information Network: Seeks to improve the efficiency, equity and accuracy of election returns across the United States through onsite validation, uniform ballot standards, and the like. Includes news, links, and ways to contact Congress.
- Election Reform Initiative: Launched by The Constitution Project to develop consensus about needed improvements and convey findings to federal and state policymakers, election officials, and the public.
- Global Initiative to Enfranchise People with Disabilities: Research, analysis, policy suggestions, best practices, and publications focusing on electoral access for people with disabilities. A project of the IFES.
- I Want A Choice!: Advocates expression of dissatisfaction with existing political choices by supporting third-parties to make them viable.
- None of the Above: Campaign to include a "none of the above" option at the bottom of the list of electoral candidates on electronic ballot papers in Irish elections
- Power Democracy: Argues for so-called pyramid democracy as a means to avoiding the manipulation of direct elections.
- Real Campaign Reform: Ad hoc `group` which seeks to restore free speech in U.S. presidential campaigns by eliminating finance laws and the Commission On Presidential Debates.
- Reform America, Inc.: An organization dedicated to promoting leadership skills among young people while engaging the public in the political process.
- Reform It Now: Ideas and petitions to improve the US voting system
- The Elect Hobie Homepage: "these pages will make you laugh, cry, and mad as hell!" -- best political quotes and uncommon sense since 1996. One of the main themes of Hobie's platform is election reform.
- The Electoral Reform Society: Campaigns for proportional representation and the Single Transferable Vote system in parliaments, assemblies and councils. Based in the UK, but information is applicable to other countries and to non-governmental bodies.
- Voter Choice Coalition: Georgia-based `group` working to end restrictive ballot access laws.
- Voters For None Of The Above: A nonpartisan organization dedicated to enacting Voter Consent laws, giving voters the ballot option to reject all candidates for an office and to call for a new election with new candidates to fill that office.
- Your Right To A Fair Vote: Suggests using serialized ballots to improve accuracy and minimize fraud in elections.
- electionline.org Home Page: A non-partisan, non-advocacy clearinghouse providing news and analysis of election reform measures in the United States. News headlines, maps, descriptions and commentary on state election laws, and related links provided.