Free CTCL training series: Communicating Trusted Election InformationDate: May 5, 2020
to May 14, 2020Location:Category: Online training
The Center for Tech and Civic Life is launching a 4-course online series, Communicating Trusted Election Information. The courses cover election websites, social media, accessible communications, and how to combat misinformation. Effective communication is especially important during the pandemic, so these courses are offered for free.Click here to learn more
Free CTCL webinar series: COVID-19 Webinars for Election OfficialsDate: May 19, 2020
to June 30, 2020Location:Category: Webinar
The Center for Tech and Civic Life is launching 12 free webinars on COVID-19 for election officials that cover topics ranging from ballot dropoff locations to virtually training election workers. The webinars feature experienced guest speakers with detailed, actionable practices that you can implement in your office.Click here to learn more
Local Representation: RCV as a State Rights Voting RemedyDate: April 29, 2020Location: OnlineCategory: Ranked choice voting
Three states—California, Washington, and Oregon—now have their own voting rights acts, and multiple state legislatures are debating state VRA proposals this session. State VRAs come with opportunities for innovative remedies, like ranked-choice voting. Attend this session to learn about ranked-choice voting’s place in state voting rights challenges from California to (the) New York (island). Where: Online. When: April 29, 11am Eastern.Click here to learn more
Saving the Vote in 2020: Elections and the CoronavirusDate: May 4, 2020Location:Category: 2020
The coronavirus is a health crisis and an economic crisis. Without urgent action, it will become a democracy crisis in November. How can we avoid a debacle? How can we have an election that is free, fair, secure – and safe? The Brennan Center for Justice is at the center of the fight to protect every voter and every vote. Last month, we released a comprehensive plan to ensure the safety and credibility of the election. Among its provisions: universal option to vote by mail and expanded early voting. In the next few weeks, Congress must act to provide funding for states to run their elections. Then a drive across the country so states can retool their systems so everyone can safely vote. When: May 4, 1pm Eastern. Where: Online.Click here to learn more
What if the 2020 Presidential Election is Disputed?Date: May 4, 2020Location: OnlineCategory: 2020
Pull up a (virtual) seat as a panel of nationally recognized legal scholars, political scientists, and experts in election administration, Electoral College procedures, and presidential succession grapples with the legal issues that could arise in a series of hypothetical scenarios involving the 2020 presidential election.
The conversations will be divided into three distinct time frames from Election Day to Inauguration Day when complex legal issues could test our electoral process in new and serious ways.
This event is not merely an academic exercise, but an effort to identify the potential legal risks looming over the election and spark a national discussion about how we can put our country in a better position to handle similar scenarios should they arise.
(This is one webinar which you will be able to join and re-join throughout the day.)Click here to learn more
When Women VoteDate: April 30, 2020Location: OnlineCategory: Voting Rights
American voters, particularly women, face challenges when trying to vote. In the 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, reforms prohibiting restrictions on voting based on sex have led to improvements, but there is still room for continued progress. On April 30, the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Elections Project will host a discussion with the authors of When Women Vote, who make the case for further voting reform and for removing bias in the voting process by sharing stories and experiences of women voters and leaders throughout the United States. They will be joined by secretaries of state, who are the chief election officials at the state level. Panelists include: Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Amber McReynolds and Stephanie Donner, co-authors of When Women Vote. When April 30, 2pm. Where: Online.Click here to learn more
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