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These 12 bipartisan policies could improve voting for everyone

Much of the efforts to change the way states conduct elections, in the wake of last year's pandemic-era voting, are being done in favor of one major party or the other. Democrats are pushing voting expansions, while Republicans are backing restrictions.

But election reform advocates say it doesn't have to be this way. The Bipartisan Policy Center released a report this week in the hopes of cutting through the partisan noise. The new report details a dozen bipartisan recommendations for improving the voting process moving forward.

While election security experts have repeatedly confirmed that the 2020 election was the most secure in American history, the report says there are still many ways to streamline the voting process, bolster voter confidence and increase election security.

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The 2020 Voting Experience and Goals for Reform

Organizer: Bipartisan Policy Center

Following this unprecedented year of uncertainty, adaptation, and innovation in voting, the Bipartisan Policy Center will host election administrators, policymakers, academics, advocates, and campaigns to examine the 2020 voting experience.

Join BPC for a series of panels covering the impact of election administration reforms, ways to improve the voting experience, and securing the voting process.

Location: Webinar

The 2020 Voting Experience and Goals for Reform

Organizer: Bipartisan Policy Center

Following an unprecedented year of uncertainty, adaptation and innovation in voting 2020, the Bipartisan Policy Center will host its fourth post-presidential election cycle event bringing together election administrators, policymakers, academics, advocates and campaigns to examine the voting experience.

We will discuss the impact of election administration reforms on improving the voting experience over four years ago as well as securing the voting process. Topics to be covered include: the shifts needed for voting during a pandemic; the rise of voting by mail, the use of technology in the election ecosystem, and how it can be secured; the future of funding elections in America; how changes in election laws and litigation impacted the election; how improved data collection and analysis can further improve the administration of elections.

Location: Webinar

Amendment 1 would establish a bipartisan redistricting commission in Virginia.

Virginians: Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good

Rudensky and Li are attorneys in the Democracy Program of the Brennan Center for Justice, a progressive think tank at New York University Law School.

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