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Now that you’ve voted — are you curious how voting happens in the South Caucasus?

Bonnie E. Glaser, former research specialist, Election Administration Research Center | November 19, 2012

Polling places staffed by 9 workers who attended up to a week of training; tables with tablecloths and flowers; counting the votes at the polling place. It couldn’t be more different than voting in the U.S. Join us Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 132 South Addition, Boalt Hall, for an eyewitness account of the July 2012 … Continue reading »