Policy Recommendations to Improve Military and Overseas Voting

U.S. military and civilian overseas voters are often located in remote areas abroad, lacking access to the voting information and technology used by stateside voters in their home voting precincts, making it challenging for Americans overseas to cast their ballots. Variations in how states conduct elections and, in particular, how absentee ballots are provided, returned and counted can make voting even more complex. In this FREE CSG eCademy webcast, members of The Council of State Governments’ Overseas Voting Initiative Policy Working Group explore policy recommendations that can help states improve the U.S. military and civilian overseas voting process.

 

Policy Recommendations to Improve Military and Overseas Voting 
Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2 p.m. EDT
FREE CSG eCademy Webcast

 

 

Presenters:

 

Secretary of State Jim Condos
Vermont
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Tammy Patrick
Senior adviser of the Democracy Project, Bipartisan Policy Center
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David Stafford
Supervisor of elections, Escambia County, Fla.
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Michael Vu
Registrar of voters, San Diego County, Calif.
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Recommendations From the CSG Overseas Voting Initiative Policy Working Group
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