What is Election Assistance Commission (EAC)?

Definition and meaning of Election Assistance Commission (EAC): The Election Assistance Commission is an independent, bipartisan commission established in 2002 to assist state and local governments with the administration of federal elections. Its mission is to promote and improve fair and uniform standards for election administration and to ensure that citizens have access to accurate and secure voting systems. The EAC also provides technical and legal assistance to state and local governments and assists states in meeting their obligations under the Help America Vote Act. The EAC is an important part of the electoral process, as it works to ensure that all citizens have access to fair and uniform standards for voting. The EAC provides grants and other assistance to state and local governments to help improve the administration of elections.


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