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Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - Thursday, August 13, 2015

EAC Election Data Summit — How Good Data Can Help Elections Run Better


08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

EAC hosted a two day election data summit to discuss how good data can help elections run better. The gathering took place on August 12 & 13 at American University in Washington, DC. Attendees included a broad spectrum of election researchers, state and local government election officials and representatives from leading non-profit election organizations.

EAC Hosts National Election Data Summit (News Release 8-13-15)

 
 
"Summit Talks"
  1. "Be a shoe company – Serving voters like our customers" – FVAP Director Matt Boehmer
  2. "View it from a different angle – How to improve efficiency while serving voters better" – Amber McReynolds, Director of Elections, Denver, CO
  3. "Twinkies, toad, and data: A different view of the impact of data on elections" – Michael Vu, San Diego County Registrar
  4. "PACMAN – Leadership for election officials" –Michael Winn, Election Director, Travis Co., TX
  5. "A tale of two pitches –effectively using data to improve elections" – Doug Chapin, Hubert Humphrey School, University of Minnesota

PARTICIPATE: Submit questions or comments here, or tweet @eac.gov (#eds2015).

Wednesday, August 12; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday, August 13; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
 
American University, School of Public Affairs, Ward Circle Building Ward 1(auditorium), 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016
 
EAC Election Data Summit— How Good Data Can Help Elections Run Better
 
EAC hosted a two day election data summit to discuss how good data can help elections run better. The gathering took place on August 12 & 13 at American University in Washington, DC. A broad spectrum of election researchers, state and local government election officials and representatives from leading non-profit election organizations convened to 1) consider the accuracy and efficacy of certain election data that are collected 2) discuss the numerous practical uses/applications for the election data that are collected and, 3) consider improvements to the EAVS survey for future data collections. 

 

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