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Election Dissection: Improvements and acceptance

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The election went remarkably well. Here's how to make the next one even better.

David Levine has identified five steps for building on a well-run election, beginning with ensuring there's a paper trail in every state.

Distorted U.S. democracy underscores urgency of Electoral College reform

Many may conclude the creaky Electoral College works most of the time, and that any fixes are just too hard to worry about. That would be a mistake, writes Kevin Johnson.

Even if it's not official, Republicans should acknowledge Biden's win

When it comes to ending elections, there's a cultural process and an official process. We must accept the outcome while allowing the mechanics to play out, writes Edward Foley.

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