September 25 Event for University Students and Faculty: “Voting & Electoral Manipulation”

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Voting and Electoral Manipulation

Friday, September 25, 2020
3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

This virtual event is a cross-university collaboration and is intended for University students and faculty only.  Please use only your University email to register.  Register here to join the webinar, or tune in to the talk live at

What are the most important political threats to voting rights and equal representation in American politics today? Why are we seeing such intense partisan fights over voting rights now? How is the coronavirus exacerbating these institutional battles? How do the dynamics of the upcoming US elections compare to past American elections and other elections around the world?

Robert Blair, Brown University
Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester, Bright Line Watch

Richard Hasen, UC Irvine
Susan Hyde, UC Berkeley
Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State and Former Carter Center
Susan Stokes, University of Chicago
Charles Stewart, MIT

This event is co-sponsored by the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Democratic Erosion Consortium, University of Rochester and Bright Line Watch

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