voter bill of rights
A set of rules adopted by most states to protect the rights of voters in an election. These rights typically cover who can vote, how the voting process must be conducted, how votes will be counted, and how to resolve complaints about the voting process. You can usually find the voter bill of rights by contacting your Secretary of State's office.
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