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Setting the Standards: What We Need from Our Voting Systems

WHEN: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET

WHERE: Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown, 301 3rd Ave. South, Nashville, TN, 37201

DOWNLOAD: Download Kenneth Brady's Presentation Add to Calendar

The Bipartisan Policy Center and the Presidential Commission on Election Administration explored with election officials, policymakers, advocates, and researchers the functionality necessary in our nation’s voting systems to conduct open, fair, and transparent elections. With a voting system market struggling to adapt to and to incorporate in new technologies, it is time to honestly discuss what a viable, cost-effective voting system must do in order to address the looming voting technology crisis that gets bigger with each successive election.

The two-day conference included the active participation of numerous election officials and policymakers.

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Featuring:

Kenneth Bennett
IT Manager, Registrar-Record/County Clerk, County of Los Angeles
Download Kenneth Bennett’s presentation

Mary Brady
Information Systems Group Leader, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Download Mary Brady’s presentation

Brian Hancock
Director, Voting System Testing and Certification, Election Assistance Commission
Download the Election Assistance Commission’s presentation

Thomas Hicks
Commissioner, Election Assistance Commission

Keith Ingram
Director of Elections, Office of Texas Secretary of State
Download the NASED Principles of Testing and Certification

Matthew Masterson
Commissioner, Election Assistance Commission

Christy McCormick
Commissioner, Election Assistance Commission

Amber McReynolds
Director of Elections, City and County of Denver, Colorado
View Amber McReynold’s presentation