New York, California Join South With Worst Run Elections

Worst Run Elections in States

Worst run election states include surprises of New York, California along with unsurprising South: Southerns form core states where democracy is poorly run

Mississippi, Alabama take last place in elections performance study

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Mississippi, Alabama and Washington D.C. make it harder than any other states in the union for citizens to vote, according to a new study from the Pew Charitable Trust. To compile the list, researchers looked at 17 different factors for each state, ranging from the total number of rejected ballots.

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