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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Public Meeting


01:00 PM - 04:00 PM The Charlotte Convention Center
501 South College Street Room 207D
Charlotte, NC, 28202

(704) 339-6000


The Commission will consider the adoption of a draft EAC manual on Poll Worker Recruitment, Training and Retention, and a draft EAC manual on Recruiting College Poll Workers. The Commission will consider other administrative matters.

Briefing re "Successful Practices for Poll Worker Recruitment, Training and Retention"
  • Karen Lynn-Dyson, Director of Research, U. S. Election Assistance Commission

  • Joint testimony

    • Jennifer Collins-Foley, President, The Pollworker Institute

    • Connie Schmidt, Consultant, The Pollworker Institute

    • Susan M. Edman, Executive Director, Election Commission, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Briefing re "A Guidebook for Recruiting College Poll Workers"
  • Karen Lynn-Dyson, Director of Research, U. S. Election Assistance Commission

  • Abigail Horn, Former Assistant Director, Center for Election Integrity, Cleveland State University

  • Mary Therese (Terri) Hegarty, City Clerk, City of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Report to Congress on State Governments' Expenditure of Help America Vote Act Funds
  • Congressional Report

Votes
  • 4-0 (Carried) Motion to adopt "Successful Practices for Poll Worker Recruitment, Training and Retention"

  • 3-0 (Carried) Motion to adopt "A Guidebook for Recruiting College Poll Workers"

Export to Outlook Related Events: Documents:
Sunshine Notice
Agenda
Minutes
Minutes amendment
Testimony - Karen Lynn-Dyson
Testimony - Collins, Schmidt and Edman
Testimony - Abigail Horn
Testimony - Mary "Terri" Hegarty
Congressional report on HAVA funds