BPC’s greatest strength is as a convener, bringing together the best ideas of elected leaders, experts, and practitioners with an intentional focus on getting things done. Join us for a day-long summit featuring six panel discussions with elected leaders and foremost experts, moderated by journalists on the frontlines of democracy, voting, and election issues.
- Federal Election Reform in 2023
- Threats to Democracy, Election Infrastructure, and Election Officials
- Recapping Election Administration in the 2022 Midterms
- Election Reform Efforts in 2023 State Legislative Sessions
- Election Information & Content Moderation – Review of 2022 and Projections for the 2024 Campaign
- Elections and the Courts: Independent State Legislature Theory and Beyond
- Jena Griswold – Colorado Secretary of State
- Maggie Toulouse Oliver – New Mexico Secretary of State
- Katie Harbath – Fellow, BPC’s Digital Democracy Project; Founder and CEO, Anchor Change
- Senator David G. Argall – Chairman, Pennsylvania State Government Committee
- Miles Parks – Voting Correspondent, NPR
- Lisa Desjardins – U.S. Capitol Correspondent, PBS NewsHour
- Jessica Huseman – Editorial Director, Votebeat
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Concurrent with lunch, there will be an election research poster session for voting academics to showcase their latest work.
BPC’s 2022 Elections Summit is sponsored by MIT Election Data and Science Lab, States United Democracy Center, and States United Action.
Additional details including a full lineup of speakers and programing agenda can be found on the main Election Summit site.