In the UK, the Electoral Commission produces a report after every election

Submitted by: National Democratic Institute for International Affairs

In the UK, the Electoral Commission is statutorily required to produce a report after every election, including problems and possible instances of malfeasance, as well as recommendations for improvement.  After the 2010 general election it issued a special report on the problems experienced at the polls that year along with data about how many people had problems, what types, and where they occurred.

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United Kingdom

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