Mail-in ballots are safe and secure, but they are not without complication for voters and election administrators. There is a large amount of misinformation surrounding the vote-by-mail process, and with more than 50% of voters expected to cast a mail-in ballot for the November election, the electorate needs to know how to cast their ballots safely and what happens after they do.
Please join us for a panel discussion exploring the facts, the myths, and the safest approaches to casting your mail-in ballot this fall.
Deputy Election Director, Montgomery County, MD
Chief Executive Officer, National Vote at Home Institute
Maggie Toulouse Oliver
New Mexico Secretary of State
Washington Secretary of State
Politics Reporter, Business Insider
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