Ballot Access, Voter Fraud, and Voter Suppression
The virtual panel discussion, “Ballot Access, Voter Fraud, and Voter Suppression,” hosted by the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics at Georgia State University, will discuss criticisms of the upcoming election in the United States, focusing on such issues as ballot access (particularly in underrepresented communities), the evidence or lack thereof of voter fraud, and how the locations of polling places and implementation of voting ID requirements can impact elections. This program will feature Enrijeta Shino, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of North Florida; Thessalia Miravaki, Assistant Professor in American Politics at Mississippi State University; and Andrea Young, Executive Director of the ACLU of Georgia, as part of the Blumenfeld Center’s “Ethics and the 2020 Elections” discussion series. This event is free and open to the public to attend, but registration is required.
The “Ethics and the 2020 Elections” discussion series is supported in part by a grant from Georgia Humanities.