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The Electoral Commission

Trevelyan House

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The Electoral Fraud Act: an assessment of its first year
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An assessment of the first year of the Electoral Fraud (Northern Ireland) Act in operation

We've launched our first Northern Ireland specific research report assessing the operation of the Electoral Fraud (Northern Ireland) Act 2002 in its first year.

A key finding of the report is that, while it proved impossible to establish actual levels of fraud, the measures introduced in the Act have had a positive impact on perceptions of fraud, and confidence levels in the integrity of the electoral process have increased as a result.

Read more from our report and its executive summary.

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Coming up

In the new year we will be holding public consultation events as part of our review of party funding. Events will take place throughout the UK - watch this space for dates and venues.

Our review of the voting and candidacy ages is underway - we expect to make our recommendations to the Government in Spring 2004.

Visit our media centre for the latest information.

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The Electoral Commission announces the level of grant for regional referendums

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The Electoral Commission launches report on Electoral Fraud Act

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North East and East Midlands regions should vote by post in June 2004

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