Progress of Election Reform
Jack Nelson moderated a panel discussion on the state of election reform. Topics included an update on the work of individual states… read more
Jack Nelson moderated a panel discussion on the state of election reform. Topics included an update on the work of individual states to prepare for the upcoming election, the lack of a constitutional right to vote, reforming the electoral college, and requiring paper trails for all ballots and routine audits for a percentage of vote tallies. Following their presentations, panel members responded to questions from the audience.
“Problems that Remain: Election Reform Delayed” was the first panel of a forum on the status of implementation of the September 19, 2005, recommendations by the Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Michelle Mulder Counsel U.S. House of Representatives->Holt, R. (D-NJ)
- Robert A. Pastor Executive Director Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform
- Jamin B. Raskin State Senator Maryland->State Legislature
- Leslie Reynolds Executive Director National Assn. of Secretaries of State
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