The OSCE report found that:
— The 2012 election was administered professionally and the public generally viewed the outcome as legitimate;
— Voter identification rules vary across the states and have become politicized;
— Political spending by outside groups can be exempt from disclosure requirements, raising transparency concerns;
— Rules on vote recounts vary widely and are not always clearly defined, which could result in complaints.
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