Webinar Recording: Ensuring Ballot Access During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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As public health precautions around the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause disruptions and delays to the ongoing primary elections, states must take steps now to ensure that the general election in November runs smoothly. Voters should not have to choose between public health and a functioning democracy.

On March 30, 2020 Campaign Legal Center (CLC) hosted the webinar, “Ensuring Access to the Ballot During the Coronavirus Pandemic.” During the webinar, experts from CLC were joined by Eli Lehrer, president of R Street Institute, to discuss what states should be doing today to prepare for the general election.

Featuring:

  • Jonathan Diaz, Legal Counsel, Voting Rights, CLC
  • Danielle Lang, Co-Chair Voting Rights & Redistricting, CLC
  • Eli Lehrer, President, R Street Institute
  • Paul Smith, Vice President, Litigation & Strategy, CLC

Moderated by Trevor Potter, President, CLC

 

Learn more about ensuring access to the ballot during the coronavirus pandemic. 

 

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