[PAST EVENT] Election Law Society: Election Observation & Voter Confidence with Commissioner Donald Palmer
The Election Law Society will host Commissioner Donald Palmer of the Federal Election Commission at 1PM, October 23, on Zoom, as part of their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
Free. William & Mary faculty, staff, students and alumni welcome!
All events in the lunch series are at 1 to 1:50PM on Zoom.
The Friday, October 23rd, discussion with Commissioner Donald Palmer of the Election Assistance Commission will focus on election observation and public confidence in election outcomes. Commissioner Palmer, a Navy veteran, served as Director of Elections in Florida where he helped move the voting process from electronic to paper ballots in time for the 2008 election. More recently, Commissioner Palmer served as the chief election official for Virginia from 2011-2014.
The final two lunch series events are:
Oct. 28: Presidential Election Contingencies: The Electoral Count Act and the Electoral College: Professor Ned Foley, Ohio State
Nov. 4: Election Debrief: TBD