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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Public Meeting (10:00 AM - 01:00 PM)
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February 08, 2007

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10:00 AM - 01:00 PM


The Commission will receive an update on the Interim Voting System Laboratory Accreditation Program; The Commission will consider (1) terminating the interim program and will receive an update on the full Voting System Laboratory Accreditation Program; (2) receive an update on the EAC audit process and hear presentations from state officials on their experiences with the audit process; and (3) receive a presentation of the research findings regarding voter identification requirements.

 

The Commission will receive an update on the Interim Voting System Laboratory Accreditation Program; The Commission will consider (1) terminating the interim program and will receive an update on the full Voting System Laboratory Accreditation Program; (2) receive an update on the EAC audit process and hear presentations from state officials on their experiences with the audit process; and (3) receive a presentation of the research findings regarding voter identification requirements.