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Via Zoom: wustl.zoom.us/j/95780391695
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A week after the election, we may or may not know the final results of the presidential contest, but we will have learned a lot about democracy in action. What were the challenges and opportunities with election administration during this unique year? How did voters engage in the democratic process in spite of a global pandemic? Have we maintained public confidence in the integrity of our elections?
Join us for a roundtable conversation that examines the election experience, through the eyes of election administrators, journalists, and WashU community members.
- Peter Kastor, Samuel K. Eddy Professor, Chair, Department of History, Professor of History,
- Professor of American Culture Studies
- · Eric Fey, Democratic Director of Elections, St. Louis County Board of Elections
- · Lindsay Gassman, Voter Engagement Fellow, Gephardt Institute
- · Tennyson Holmes, ‘22 Arts & Sciences
- · Jason Rosenbaum, Politics Correspondent, St. Louis Public Radio
- · Rick Stream, Republican Director of Elections, St. Louis County Board of Elections