Secretaries of State and Election Reform in the States
The U.S. Congress passed landmark legislation in 2002 that was intended to improve the administration of elections in this country. The nation’s chief state election officials are working now to implement those reforms, despite the fact that much-anticipated federal guidance is late and promised federal funds may never arrive.
About the Author
Meredith B. Imwalle is the director of communications for the National Association of Secretaries of State. She served as a delegate-at-large to the second annual Congressional Conference on Civic Education and she is a member of the steering committee of the Council for Excellence in Government’s Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools. Imwalle is a member of the Public Relations Society of America.