United States Election Assistance Comittee

Watch the Webcast!

EAC streams a live webcast for all public meetings, which are archived and available for viewing 24-hours a day in our webcast archive.

 

Register to Vote!

Use the National Mail Voter Registration Form to register to vote, update your registration information with a new name or address, or register with a political party.

Note: If you wish to vote absentee and are a uniformed service member or family member or a citizen living outside the U.S., contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program to register to vote.

Give Us Your Feedback

Share your feedback on EAC policy proposalsElection Resource Library materials, and OpenEAC activities. Give feedback on general issues, including the Web site, through our Contact Us page.

Military and Overseas Voters

EAC has several projects under way to assist states in serving military and overseas citizens who register and vote absentee under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. Learn more

VIEW: summary | month | week
DISPLAY MODE: calendar | list
/  
Previous Next

August 2015 Events

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
  • EAC Election Data Summit — How Good Data Can Help Elections Run Better (08:30 AM - 04:30 PM)
    Event's details

    August 12, 2015-August 13, 2015


    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.

     
Thursday, August 13, 2015
  • EAC Election Data Summit — How Good Data Can Help Elections Run Better (08:30 AM - 04:30 PM)
    Event's details

    August 12, 2015-August 13, 2015


    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.