Policy

The ABA Fund for Justice and Education is 501(c)(3) charitable fund that support the public service and educational programs of the American Bar Association.

The American Bar Association is constantly working to enhance the integrity and public perception of the electoral process and toward that end, has adopted the following policies:

Ballot Counting Standards (August 2016)

Voter Wait Times (August 2015)

Preservation of Election Process in Emergencies (August 2014)

Accessibility of Electoral Process (August 2014)

Establishing Coverage Formula for Voting Rights Act (August 2013)

Election Delays 
(August 2013)

Improvements to Voter Registration Practices (August 2011)

Policy

 

Governmental and Legislative Work

 

Amicus Curiae Briefs

Federal and State Campaign Finance (July 2000)

Contributions by Legal Permanent Residents (February 1999)

"Soft Money" Contributions (August 1998)

Federal Campaign Finance (August 1998)

State Campaign Finance (August 1992)

Federal Campaign Finance (August 1975)

 

Judicial Campaign Finance

Amend Model Rules of Professional Conduct (February 2000)

Modify Judicial Code of Conduct (August 1999)

 

Pay to Play

Political Contributions by Lawyers (August 1998)

Political Contributions by Lawyers (August 1997)

 

Preservation of Election Process in Emergencies (August 2014)

Redistricting (February 2008)

Continuity of Government (August 2004)

2004 Presidential Election (August 2004)

2000 Presidential Election (February 2001)

Political Activity and the Internet (July 2000)

Structure of Federal Election Commission (February 1995)

Initiatives and Referenda (August 1993)

Site Specfic Zoning (February 1992)

Redistricting (February 1991)

Political Party Conventions (February 1982)

Twenty-Fifth Amendment (August 1974)