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Pacific Talks Politics: Ensuring your vote is counted, a discussion with California Voter Foundation President, Kim Alexander
The Department of Political Science, in partnership with President Christopher Callahan, presents a series of conversations and interviews with journalists, civic leaders and political scientists about the 2020 presidential election, as well as local, state and national politics. This Pacific Talks Politics session will include a discussion on the findings of the California Voter Foundation Report on Ballot Rejection. California Voter Foundation President Kim Alexander, will also share tips on how you can help ensure your ballot is counted by reducing the chance of ballot rejection.
Through her work with the nonpartisan California Voter Foundation (www.calvoter.org), Kim Alexander advocates for election reforms that help voters and build voter confidence. Major achievements include implementing online access to California campaign finance data, banning paperless electronic voting, and requiring voter-verified paper audit trails and post-election audits. Kim and CVF have successfully advanced numerous improvements to California’s vote-by-mail process, and she is currently focused on reducing mail ballot rejections.
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