Preparing for 2024 , BPC Expands Elections Task Force
Washington, DC – The Bipartisan Policy Center announced seven new members to its Task Force on Elections, which is charged with developing innovative, bipartisan policy solutions to the most pressing issues in election administration. Comprised of geographically and political diverse state and local election officials, the Task Force addresses many areas of elections, including some that get little attention, working to resolve them before they become crises. Looking forward to the 2024 elections, this work is as critical as ever.
“As the country prepares for 2024 elections, it is imperative that we listen to the state and local experts,” said Matthew Weil, executive director of BPC’s Democracy Program. “These front-line, experienced officials know best how to ensure elections are accessible and secure. I’m excited to welcome our new members and continue our efforts to improve the voting experience across the country.”
New Task Force Members:
- Nick Lima, Registrar and Director of Elections, City of Cranston, Rhode Island
- Monica Holman Evans, Executive Director of the DC Board of Elections
- Mandy Vigil, Election Director, State of New Mexico
- Isaac Cramer, Executive Director of the Charleston County (SC) Board of Voter Registration and Elections
- Dr. Jesse Harris, Deputy Elections Director, State of Georgia
- Rozan Mitchell, Director of Elections, Utah County, Utah
- Colleen Connor, Elections Director, Arizona Secretary of State
The current Task Force on Elections is comprised of 29 members from 21 states and has endorsed six elections reports. Learn more here.
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Reports Endorsed by the BPC Task Force on Elections:
- Logical Election Policy
- Improving the Voting Experience After 2020
- Bipartisan Principles for Election Audits
- Policy to Advance Good Faith Election Observation
- Balancing Security, Access, and Privacy in Electronic Ballot Transmission
- Ballot Tabulators Are Essential to Election Integrity
- Closing Security Gaps in Poll Worker Policy