Join us for this October 6 event, which is the first in a three part lunch series on Disinformation in American Elections put on by UCI Law’s Fair Elections and Free Speech Center. (Free registration required):
Fair Elections and Free Speech Center | Disinformation in American Elections Part I: Election Officials
Wednesday, October 6 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm Virtual Event
Countering the Risk of Disinformation in American Elections: How Big a Problem Is It and What Should Be Done?
This three-part online lunch series hosted by the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center at UCI Law explores the risk of disinformation in American elections, spread through social media and otherwise, and how to counter it.
This session, Part I of the series, offers the perspective of state and local election officials from both major political parties.
Moderated by Tammy Patrick of the Democracy Fund
Part II, October 27 (Legal scholars Danielle Citron, Nate Persily and Spencer Overton, moderated by Rick Hasen)
Part III, November 10 (Social scientists John Donovan, Brendan Nyhan, and Renee DiResta, moderated by Pam Fessler)