The Challenges of Native American Participation

The Carter Center held a meeting on The Challenges of Native American Participation and Confidence in Elections in the United States on December 6-7, 2016. The meeting brought together experts and practitioners to explore various issues, opportunities, and challenges around Native American participation in U.S. elections and tribal elections. For more information, please see th...
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Myanmar: 2015 General Electionals Final Election Report

On Nov. 8, 2015, Myanmar held the first general election under the 2008 Constitution in which all main political parties, including those that boycotted the election in 2010, chose to participate. The Carter Center observed the election process for over one year, from December 2014 through March 2016. Based on its in-depth observation, The Carter Center reaffirms its congratula...
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Presidential & Legislative Elections in Mozambique

At the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, The Carter Center and the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) partnered to deploy a team of 87 observers representing 40 countries to observe Mozambique’s Oct. 15, 2014, presidential, National Assembly, and provincial elections. The EISA/Carter Center mission was conducted using com...
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25 Years of Election Observation

  As The Carter Center marked its 100th election observation mission in 2015, the organization stands out as a leader in the field. A not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization (NGO), the Center has observed and reported on democratic and electoral processes around the world without inhibition or bias. The founder of The Carter Center, former U.S. President Jimmy ...
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Carter Center and NCSL Partner on U.S. Elections Project

Impartial observers help build confidence in the quality and integrity of elections. By providing assessments and recommendations to election authorities on all aspects of the process, independent observers help ensure that electoral practices protect voters’ civil and political rights. In the U.S., we generally accept election results and, with some exceptions, trust the elec...
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