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Here, we provide reports from election observation missions. This list is not all inclusive; we will continue to update the list and encourage you to suggest other resources you think we should list here. You may also view our collection of Election Observer Reports in our Reading Room.
Reports by Election Year
Year Report Download
2008 Informe de la Misión de Observación Electoral de la OEA en la República Dominicana 2008 Download
2006 Informe de la Misión de Observación Electoral de la OEA a las Elecciones Ordinarias Generales, Congresionales y Municipales de la República Dominicana Celebradas el 16 de Mayo de 2006 Download
2004 Report on the OAS Electoral Observation Mission Presidential Elections in the Dominican Republic 2004 Download
2002 Report on the OAS Electoral Observation Mission General, Congressional and Municipal Elections in Dominican Republic - 2002 Download
2000 Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission on the Presidential Elections in the Dominican Republic 2000 Download
1996 Dominican Republic: The 1996 Presidential Election in the Dominican Republic, The Carter Center (1997) Download
1990 Carter Center Report - 1990 Elections Download
Role of Election Observers
Members of an Election Observation Mission undertake a range of activities, including monitoring the media and election campaigns, reviewing the election law, the constitution and commitments the country is signed on to, in detail.  They also examine the election machinery from polling clerks to the administrator as well as observe training.  The team generally attempts to meet all the key stakeholders and party political activists.  They attend party rallies, meet candidates, civil society organisations, academics, etc..  The observer team usually holds press conferences at the start and end of their visits, and at the end of the mission, the team prepares a report that is available to the public.
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