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Hot Topics, Voting Rights
Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM
Sorosis Womans Club of Orlando
501 East Livingston Street
Orlando, FL 32803
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NOV 8, HOT TOPICS
The FIGHT to Vote and the Future of our Elections
VOTER FRAUD~Are hackers a threat in Florida?
The Election Integrity Commission: a valid search for voter fraud, or an attempt to suppress votes?
Is the request for voter information a violation of privacy, or a valid attempt to ensure that all votes are legitimate?
And what about hacking? Are the voter rolls safe?
Get the inside scoop when Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles and Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Michael Ertel outline what is being done to protect voter integrity.
Activist Susan Pynchon, founder of the Florida Fair Elections Commission, who was recently featured in a PBS special on Hacking Democracy, will discuss concerns about the election process.
Moderating will be Michele Levy, a League of Women Voters of Florida Board member, who just headed up a two-year Open Primaries study.
Moderator: Michele Levy
LWV Florida Board Member
LWVOC former Co-President
Open Primaries Study Leader
Panelist: Bill Cowles
Orange County Supervisor of Elections
Member and Past President of the FL State Association of Supervisors of Elections
Panelist: Michael Ertel
Seminole County Supervisor of Elections
for the previous 12 Years
In 2013, Ertel was the only American elections official to receive an award at the International Electoral Awards.
Panelist: Susan R. Pynchon
Florida Fair Elections Coalition, Founder and Executive Director
Recently featured in the PBS Documentary, "Hacking Democracy"