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Maintenance Monday

By:Sean Greene
Patrick Leahy
Brenda Bowser Soder

“Maintenance Monday,” a series where every Monday this month a state or local election official will share their insights on the voter list maintenance process and why it’s essential to running fair and accurate elections. 
 


  • List Maintenance: Wrapped Up, But Never Done

    Apr 24, 2017
    Accurate voter lists are essential to voter confidence in the electoral process. That’s why we recently focused a series of events, blogs, and other activities on helping state and local election leaders maintain accurate voter registration lists.
  • Maintenance Monday: Julie Wise, King County, Washington State

    Apr 03, 2017
    In this week’s “Maintenance Monday” blog, we connect with Julie Wise, Elections Director for Washington State’s King County. In her responses below, she provides a superb view of ways to lead list maintenance efforts in a large vote-by-mail county. Throughout her service in King County, Director Wise has been a leading proponent of significant election reforms that have made Washington State a national model in vote-by-mail.
  • Maintenance Monday: Michelle Tassinari, Massachusetts

    Mar 27, 2017
    We continue our “Monday Maintenance” blog series this week with Michelle Tassinari, Director and Legal Counsel for the Elections Division of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the blog below, she provides an excellent state official prospective on the state’s unique list maintenance process, including the state’s ongoing voter roll efforts.
  • Maintenance Monday: Brian Corley, Pasco County, Florida

    Mar 20, 2017
    This week we resume our "Maintenance Monday" series with Brian Corley, Supervisor of Elections, Pasco County, Florida. Supervisor Corley takes a proactive approach to serving voters and in conducting his county’s list maintenance process. In his words, "my staff and I work tirelessly to conduct transparent, trouble-free and secure elections with timely and accurate results. We continue to provide the information, education and technology needed for you to become an effective and empowered voter.
  • Maintenance Monday: Jennifer Morrell, Arapahoe County Colorado

    Mar 13, 2017
    Arapahoe County has slightly more than 400,000 registered voters (including active and inactive voters) and is one of the most populous counties in the state. Below Jennifer shares her and her office’s insights on the voter list maintenance process and how new technology and systems are helping that process in Arapahoe County.
  • Maintenance Monday: Neal Kelley, Orange County, California

    Mar 06, 2017
    “Maintenance Monday,” a series where every Monday this month a state or local election official will share their insights on the voter list maintenance process and why it’s essential to running fair and accurate elections. Leading off this series is Neal Kelley, Orange County, California Registrar of Voters and chair of the EAC Board of Advisors.
 
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