Topics to include: In-person voting concerns and contingency planning (things like public health concerns, domestic/foreign terrorist attacks, weather challenges), and how mail-in voting or electronic voting might work as an alternative
Speakers to include:
Moderator – Justin Griffin (USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative)
Panelists – Amber McReynolds (Vote at Home), Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, Election Assistance Commission Commissioner Thomas Hicks, Kay Stimson (VP Government Affairs, Dominion Voting Systems), Mattie Gullixson (NCC)
Webinar Takeaways/Questions to be answered:
What are the health and public safety concerns ahead of the 2020 Presidential Election?
How are election officials planning for those concerns? What kind of tools and options are available to them to support that planning?
Are there other concerns that election officials plan for in terms of in-person voting?
What are some other ways that voters may vote other than in-person?