Vote-by-Mail is dominating news headlines, but tens of millions of Americans will vote in person out of habit and to ensure that their ballot is counted. But in-person voting poses daunting challenges for election officials. The coronavirus makes it harder to recruit poll workers and may require election officials to find alternatives to the familiar poll locations of senior facilities and schools. Matthew Weil moderates a distinguished panel of election officials on September 1 at noon CT.
Adrian Fontes (County Recorder, Maricopa County, Arizona)
Sherry Poland (Executive Director, Hamilton County Board of Elections, Ohio)
Michael Winn (Director, Harris County Elections, Texas)
Moderator: Matthew Weil (Director, Elections Project, Bipartisan Policy Center)
This webinar is hosted in partnership with the Bipartisan Policy Center.
Bipartisan Policy Center
Jacobs, Lawrence R..
Voting in Person in the 2020 Elections.
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