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Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity – agenda – September 12, 2017

Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity – agenda – September 12, 2017

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Agenda
Second Meeting the Presidential Advisory Commission Election Integrity
Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 10:00 a.m. EST
New Hampshire Institute Politics, Saint Anselm College
Welcome Remarks Vice Chairman Kris Kobach; Secretary Bill Gardner; Former New Hampshire
Governor and Chief Staff Former President George H.W. Bush, John Sununu
Panel One: Historical Election Turnout Statistics and the Effects Election Integrity Issues
Voter Confidence
Dr. Andrew Smith, Associate Professor Political Science, University New Hampshire
Kimball Brace, President, Election Data Services, Inc.
Dr. John Lott, President, Crime Prevention Research Center and Author, Evidence Voter Fraud and the
Impact that Regulations Reduce Fraud Have Voter Participation Rates (2006)
QA and Discussion All Members
Panel Two: Current Election Integrity Issues Affecting Public Confidence
Donald Palmer, Former Secretary, Virginia State Board Elections
Robert Popper, Director, Election Integrity Project, Judicial Watch
Ken Block, President, Simpatico Software Systems
Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow, Heritage Foundation and Member, PACEI
QA and Discussion All Members
Demonstration Historic New Hampshire Voting Machines Still Use Since 1892
Thaire Bryant, Polling Place Moderator for Town Eaton, New Hampshire Patrick Hines, Polling Place Moderator for Town Windsor, New Hampshire
Panel Three: Electronic Voting Systems and Election Integrity Primer
Dr. Andrew Appel, Professor Computer Science, Princeton University
Dr. Ronald Rivest, Professor Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology
Harri Hursti, Co-Founder Nordic Innovation Labs
QA and Discussion All Members
Discussion and Other Business All Members
Closing Remarks Vice Chairman Kobach and Secretary Gardner
Adjourn