Workshop

The 2020 Election in Review: What Happened and What’s in Store for 2022?

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    The 2020 Election in Review: What Happened and What’s in Store for 2022?

    The 2020 election cycle was one of the most unprecedented in recent history. Not only was the election administered during a global pandemic, but our nation also faced civil-unrest and persistent misinformation and disinformation from social media. America’s counties traditionally administer and fund elections, overseeing more than 109,000 polling places and coordinating more than 694,000 poll workers every two years. Faced with these difficult and unique challenges, federal, state and local elections administrators worked tirelessly to support our nation’s election system and conduct a free and fair election. During this session, participants will hear from federal and local officials about the challenges faced during last year’s election and the future of voting in America.

    The 2020 election cycle was one of the most unprecedented in recent history. Not only was the election administered during a global pandemic, but our nation also faced civil-unrest and persistent misinformation and disinformation from social media. America’s counties traditionally administer and fund elections, overseeing more than 109,000 polling places and coordinating more than 694,000 poll workers every two years. Faced with these difficult and unique challenges, federal, state and local elections administrators worked tirelessly to support our nation’s election system and conduct a free and fair election. During this session, participants will hear from federal and local officials about the challenges faced during last year’s election and the future of voting in America.
    2021-07-11
    Workshop
    2021-07-21

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