RNLA Explains What Open, Fair and Honest Elections Mean

The RNLA believes that elections should be open, fair and honest. To be clear, “open, fair and honest” means:

By “open,” we mean a process in which all sides can have “observers” (commonly referred to as “poll watchers”), and the process is determined by legislatures well in advance.

By “fair,” we mean election officials should be from both parties and they should administer the election process in an orderly, unbiased fashion.  

By “honest,” we mean free from fraud.

More details in our Press Release.