The legal encyclopedias American Jurisprudence, California Jurisprudence, and Corpus Juris Secundum all treat the topic of election law. More comprehensive coverage is also in:
Federal election statutes are found in several titles and chapters of the U.S. Code. The FEC website provides a compilation of federal election campaign laws. Examples:
Federal election regulations are in Title 11 of the CFR. Chapter I addresses the Federal Election Commission; Chapter II addresses the Election Assistance Commission.
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