Via email from Bipartisan Policy Center (registration link):
Election administrators endured unthinkable stress and attacks during the 2020 cycle, and our country is now hurtling towards a cliff of retirements of the people who best understand voting.
Join us, the Brennan Center, and the Ash Center as we explore challenges to voting and necessary solutions during a two-part panel discussion. Our first panel will explore current threats to U.S. elections, followed by a second panel discussion on election official independence and sustainability.
Panel 1 Participants
Natalie Adona | Assistant Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters, Nevada County (NV)
Katie Harbath | Elections Fellow, BPC
Al Schmidt | City Commissioner, Philadelphia
Matthew Masterson | Non-Resident Policy Fellow, Stanford Internet Observatory; Moderator
Panel 2 Participants
Lisa Danetz | Consultant, Brennan Center for Justice
Chris Hollins | Former Clerk, Harris County (TX)
Aaron Ockerman | Executive Director, Ohio Association of Election Officials
Justin Roebuck | County Clerk, Ottawa County (MI)
Tina Barton | Senior Program Advisor, U.S. Election Assistance Commission; Moderator