What Voting Looks Like in a Pandemic: Lessons Learned from September Primary Election Webinar

Broadcast Date: 
Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Administering an election under pandemic conditions requires taking steps to keep voting accessible, safe, and secure. A number of election practices have had to change this year to make sure voters didn’t need to choose between their health and their right to vote. Fortunately, the September 8th primary election gave New Hampshire election officials a good “trial run,” which will help in preparations for the general election on November 3rd.  

Join Peter Imse, Bow town moderator; Cordell Johnston, NHMA’s Government Affairs Counsel and Henniker town moderator; and Stephen Buckley, NHMA’s Legal Services Counsel, who will share practical tips and “lessons learned” and generally discuss what worked and what didn’t work at the primary — lessons that can serve to make the November election even more safe and accessible to all legal voters.