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Testimony submitted to the National Commission on Voting Rights
Testimony submitted to the National Commission on Voting Rights
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Testimony submitted to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration
Testimony submitted to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration
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The Latino Vote Town Hall
AL DÍA will be hosting insiders from within the Latino community to discuss the increasingly important Latino vote.
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The Lifecycle of a Pennsylvania Mail-in Ballot
Ever wonder how your mail-in ballot is counted in Pennsylvania? This video explains how ballots are collected, processed, and counted by county election offices.
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The Penn Project for Civic Engagement Workshop on Hearing Your Publics
This workshop will be of use to any leader who wants to engage more deeply and usefully with either internal or external stakeholders.
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The Pennsylvania Conference to End Gerrymandering on October 14
The nonpartisan Fair Districts PA coalition is convening a one-day redistricting conference in Harrisburg for volunteers, supporters, academics, press and legislators.
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"The Philly Shrug" with Chris Satullo
Chris Satullo is a civic engagement consultant working in Philadelphia.
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TODAY Is Election Day! Vote or return those mail-in ballots before 8pm
November 2, 2021
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Trusting the Vote Count: Post-Election Audits in PA
(Member exclusive) PA Deputy Secretary for Elections Jonathan Marks and Verified Voting experts Pam Smith and Mark Lindeman will speak with C70 members and Buchholz Fellows about risk-limiting audits, a critical feature of Pennsylvania’s elections.
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Understanding the Judicial Rating Process
Did you know judges are elected in Pennsylvania? The Pennsylvania Bar Association Judicial Evaluation Commission (JEC) evaluates the qualifications of candidates to appellate courts in Pennsylvania to help voters make an informed decision at the ballot box. Candidates can earn a rating of "highly recommended," "recommended," or "not recommended" based on the JEC's evaluation. Join us to learn more about the Judicial Rating Process!