The National Institute for Civic Advocacy is hosting a program on bipartisan electoral reform, of which a revised Electoral Count Act is a key component. The program is tomorrow, Monday, June 27, at 10:30 ET, in Washington, DC, at the NICD Conference Center, 1301 Pennsylvania Ave., NW., Suite 500.
It’s also being live-streamed, with this link to register.
Rick Pildes and I, along with Steve Bradury, are on the panel discussing ECA reform. Other panelists, addressing other aspects of the bipartisan consensus include David Becker, Trey Grayson, and Charles Stewart, among the names familiar to ELB readers, as well as current Secretaries of State and other election officials. A copy of the complete program for the event is here: