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Q&A: David Carroll, Director of the Democracy Program at The Carter Center

Engaging in the U.S. is more complicated than in other countries because we don’t have a centralized election administration – we have a patchwork of about 10,000 jurisdictions across 50 states. (That, by the way, is one of several areas in which the U.S. falls short of international election standards.)

Election Observation: Then and Now | Q&A with Carter Center Expert David Carroll

David Carroll, director of the Carter Center’s Democracy Program, has been in the field for about 40 of the Center’s election observation missions and helped manage another 30 or so from headquarters in Atlanta. On the eve of the Center’s 100th election mission, which will take place in Guyana on May 11, he sat down to explain how election observation works and how the field has changed since 1989, when the Center began its election work.

Critical Nepal Election to End Stalemate, Promote Stability | Q&A with David Pottie

Carter Center expert David Pottie explains the importance of Nepal’s upcoming election and the role of Carter Center observers.