The 2016 Presidential election was notable for the high degree of change in election procedures across the nation – and the prevalence of concerns expressed about the security and accuracy of the American voting process. Now that the vote is behind us, how well did the system fare? And what lessons can we draw from 2016 to help improve the nation’s elections moving forward?
Join national election expert, Doug Chapin, from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs and Director of the Election Academy and Certificate in Election Administration, as he provides an insider’s review of the 2016 vote.
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Webinar - Election 2016: A Look Back (and Ahead) from an Election Administrator’s Point of View.
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