Cardozo Sept. 23 event: “Election 2020: The Challenge, The Law, and the Path Ahead”

Details: Join us Sept. 23rd at 5pm EST to hear from a stellar panel on the challenges facing #Election2020.@CardozoLaw Professors @mvadams12 & @DebPearlstein will be joined by @JNelsonLDF, @rickhasen, and @DeanTokaji.Register: https://t.co/to16g9CNOT— Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy (@FloersheimerCtr) September 14, … Continue reading

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“Center for a New American Security and Penn’s Center for Ethics and the Rule Law and Annenberg Public Policy Center to Host Virtual Election Integrity Symposium”

Release: The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL) and the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC), both of the University of Pennsylvania, in partnership with the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), will present a virtual symposium, Protecting … Continue reading

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“Common Cause NC files complaint calling for investigation of U.S. Postmaster DeJoy for alleged ‘straw donor’ scheme in North Carolina”

Release: U.S. Postmaster Louis DeJoy should be investigated immediately for an alleged campaign donation scheme that may have violated North Carolina law, according to a complaint filed today by Common Cause NC with the State Board of Elections and also sent to … Continue reading

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“Study Finds Transgender Americans Face Voting Barriers in 2020 Presidential Election”

VOA:  One segment of the electorate may be unable to vote if poll workers are not able to certify their identity. It is the reality facing hundreds of thousands of transgender Americans in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.  An estimated 378,000 eligible transgender voters do not have identification such as a driver’s license that reflects their name, appearance or new gender identity, according to a … Continue reading

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“Thurs., 9/10, at Noon ET: Media Experts on Covering the 2020 Election; Panel with ProPublica, CNN”

What:  Getting “Election Night” Right, a panel conversation with journalists about the challenges in covering the 2020 election and ensuring fair, accurate reporting  Hosts: Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law, ProPublica, and New York University’s John Brademas Center When: Thursday, September 10, 12:00-1:00pm ET  … Continue reading

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