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Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Public Meeting

10:00 AM - 04:30 PM Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bartos Theater, 20 Ames Street (Lower Level)
Cambridge, MA, 02142-1308

(202) 566-3100

The Commission will receive reports on the following: Title II Requirements Payments Update and Other Administrative Matters. The Commission will receive presentations on TGDC Recommendations and Guidelines Adoption Process. The Commission will conduct a public hearing to present proposed voluntary guidance to the states on implementing statewide voter registration databases and to solicit comments on that guidance from members of the election community and public.

  • Voluntary Guidelines

  • Presentations from Users or Benefactors of the Voluntary Guidelines

  • Hratch Semerjian, Acting Director of the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) and Chairman of the TGDC; Initial Recommendations of the TGDC for Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (Not Submitted)

  • Carol Paquette, Interim Executive Director, Process for Vetting and Adopting Final Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (Not Submitted)

Panel 1: Presentation of the Voluntary Guidelines
  • Juliet Thompson, General Counsel, EAC (Not Submitted)

  • Michael Sciortino, Director, Mahoning County Board of Elections

  • John Lindback, Director of Elections, State of Oregon, Oregon Secretary of State's Office

Panel 2: Presentations from Users or Benefactors of the Voluntary Guidelines
  • Matthew Brown, Secretary of State, RI

  • Wendy Weiser, Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law

  • Michael Gallagher, New Jersey SVRS Project Manager

  • Doug Sanderson, Board of Elections, Oklahoma City, OK

  • Michelle Tassinari, Legal Counsel, Election Division, MA

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Testimony - Michael Sciortino
Testimony - John Lindback
Testimony - Matthew Brown
Testimony - Wendy Weiser
Testimony - Michael Gallagher
Testimony - Doug Sanderson
Testimony - Michelle Tassinari