USA Today addresses Brennan Center ballot design study

USA Today addresses Brennan Center ballot design study


A July 21 article in USA Today reports on a study just released by the Brennan Center for Justice showing that problems with ballot design in recent elections led thousands of voters to skip over key races or make mistakes that invalidated their votes. New voters and new voting technology could play a big role in voting mistakes this fall.

Also, Larry Norden of the Brennan Center tells the New York Times that he is concerned with the confusing design of this year's ballots, which he says may lead new voters to make mistakes.