Protecting Our Wisconsin Elections – September 2018
Please join us from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for our annual potluck open house. Reconnect with old friends, get to know new members, and learn more about what we do. Bring a friend!
From 7 to 8:30 p.m. hear from our speakers and engage in a question/answer session with them. Our electoral processes are part of the critical infrastructure of our democracy. What do we expect of our elections? Do they need protection to ensure acceptable performance? What are the most significant risks and how can they be minimized? What can citizens do?
Dee J. Hall
Journalist, co-founder, and managing editor of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Dee Hall's Powerpoint saved as a PDF for printing 6 slides/per page. Note that there is an active link to a NY Times opinion video in the PDF (also linked here).
Barry C. Burden
UW–Madison Professor of Political Science and Director of the Elections Research Center
Barry Burden's Powerpoint saved as a PDF for printing 6 slides/per page.
Assistant Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission
Richard Rydecki's Powerpoint saved as a PDF for printing 6 slides/per page. The original presentation had a black background with white text, which was reversed for printing.
Planning committee: Mary Anglim, Karen McKim, Ellen Rosborough, Brook Soltvedt