Mississippi Has The Worst Elections

National Journal looks at the latest Pew Elections Performance Index — “based on 17 factors (some of which include voting-wait time, turnout, registration rate, the robustness of the state’s election data, availability of online voting information, and use of provisional ballots)… Taken together, they provide a ground to compare states, which have varying election laws and practices.”

“The average score of all states increased from 2008 to 2012, and voting-wait times nationally actually decreased by about three minutes. But Mississippi had the lowest EPI average in all three years measured by the index: 2008, 2010, and 2012.”

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