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United States Election Assistance Commission
REMINDER for WED JAN 6:
Discussion will be webcast and tweeted live; taking questions & comments
Contact: Bryan Whitener; 301-563-3961; firstname.lastname@example.org
Roundtable – Preparing for Election 2016 – EAC will host a panel discussion to explore how state and local officials from jurisdictions with experience in close election results and/or highly visible contests are preparing for the 2016 elections. The event will take place on Wednesday January 6 at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City in Arlington, VA. Attendees will include election administrators from nine battleground states. To see the discussion questions, list of participants and live webcast, click here.
WHO: Election administrators from nine states across the U.S. (Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin)
WHAT: Roundtable discussion on 2016 Election Preparations in Battleground States.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 6, (2:30 – 5:00 PM – EST)
WHERE: The Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City; 1250 S. Hayes Street; The Diplomat Room; Arlington, VA 22202; Phone: (703) 415-5000.
WEBCAST: This event will be webcast live from 2:30 – 5:00 PM and available later for playback. Viewers can provide input by sending tweets, comments and questions during the roundtable. Watch the Webcast! (also available archived after event)
NOTE: Just prior to the roundtable, EAC will also hold a public meeting from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM..
EAC is an independent independent bipartisan commission created by the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002. HAVA was passed by the U.S. Congress to make sweeping reforms to the nation’s voting process, address improvements to voting systems and voter access that were identified following the 2000 election, and to provide federal funding to states for new voting equipment. HAVA mandates that the EAC test and certify voting equipment, maintain the National Voter Registration form, conduct research, and administer a national clearinghouse on elections that includes shared practices, information for voters and other resources to improve elections. More information is available at EAC.gov.