This week, the National Conference of State Legislatures launched their Elections Administration Research Database.
The database houses more than 1,900 reports dating back to 2000 that address a wide range of elections topics including election costs, voter ID, and online voter registration. The reports reflect a variety of perspectives, ranging from election administrators to nonprofit organizations to academic researchers.
The database is designed to serve as a quick guide to useful elections research. This resource is particularly relevant as lawmakers introduced 2,384 elections bills in 2013 as well as an additional 2,171 so far in 2014.