Election & Voter Registration tips

When:
October 1, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
2017-10-01T14:00:00-07:00
2017-10-01T15:30:00-07:00
Where:
Dusenberry-River branch library
5605 E River Rd
Tucson, AZ 85750
USA

“Elections and Voter Registration Tips Presented by Barbara Tellman, Vice Chair of the Pima County Election Integrity Commission, and Elaine Lim, Co-Chair of the PCDP Elections Committee. Do you wonder if all the ballots are counted accurately? Is the possibility of the Russians (or anyone else) hacking our systems keeping you up at night? Is there anything we can do to prevent voter suppression? What do I need to know to register voters? Barbara and Elaine will answer these questions and any others you might have regarding our election systems. Sunday, October 1 Dusenberry River Library 5605 E. River Road.”

Hosted by LD 9 Democrats.

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One response to “Election & Voter Registration tips

  1. About 30 people at this session to hear Barbara and Elaine present on elections. Barbara first gave history of voting in Arizona (saloons, only men, then voting machines in 1930s, punch ballots 1950s, then scanning machines in 1990s). Then Elaine explained the voting process today, signature verification by the Recorder’s office, then processing inbatches by Elections Dept. seeking to figure out “intent” of voter with problematic ballots. They count about 30,000/40,000 ballots a day 5 to 6 days before the election (Early Ballots), but no votes are calculated till Election Night. Provisional ballots done later, with a hand count audit done randomly 4 days later on a Saturday with Dem/Republican Party observers. Job of PCS is to educate voters about how to vote, lessen mistakes. Biggest problem now is voter apathy and low turn out.
    Then Barbara presented on the history of voting in U.S. with only white men in the beginning, then black men, then Indians, then women. She reported that most voters are over age of 50 who do turn out. John Brakey of AuditAZ present today.

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