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Getting Election Reform Right

Bipartisan Policy Center
1225 Eye Street NW
Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20005
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Please note that the time for this event has been changed to 9:45 am – 11:15 am. 

Election administrators are the front line of democracy, yet when it comes to crafting new election reforms, their voices are often left out of the conversation. The American voting experience hinges upon these administrators, who play essential roles in everything from registering voters to casting and counting ballots on Election Day.

Join BPC for the release of a new BPC Elections Task Force report, which highlights recommendations across key areas of election administration. The Task Force, comprised of state and local election officials from across the country representing both Republican and Democratic jurisdictions, offers a holistic, logical slate of bipartisan election reforms for 2020 and beyond.

Read the Full Report 


Panel I: Defending Elections at the Federal and State Level

Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL)

EAC Vice Chair Ben Hovland
Vice Chair, U.S. Election Assistance Commission

GA SoS Raffensperger
Georgia Secretary of State

Matt Weil
Director of the Elections Project

Panel II: Implementable Election Reform

Dr. Judd Choate
Colorado Director of Elections

Supervisor Brian Corley
Pasco County (FL) Supervisor of Elections

Mandi Grandjean
Ohio Director of Elections

Prof. Charles Stewart
Professor of Political Science, MIT

Chris Thomas
Fellow, BPC Elections Project

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