NSGIC’s third webinar in its Geo-Enabled Elections Webinar Series, presented June 30, is now available to view.
The 2021 redistricting efforts present an extraordinary, once-a-decade challenge and a variety of risks to election management systems. While election administrators wait for new district maps to be enacted, many sense that a primary concern, given already shortened timeframes, will be ensuring voters get assigned to the correct precinct and get the right ballots in 2022. NSGIC’s panel of election and GIS experts from Arkansas, North Carolina, and Utah share their advice, experience, and tips for getting prepared in this webinar.
Use this link to view the webinar.
For thought-leading insights on how to geo-enable elections, the free Best Practices Guidance, Improving America’s Elections with GIS, is available for download here.
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June 30 webinar panel:
- Ballingam Chepuri, Advanced Data Analyst, North Carolina Board of Elections
- Bert Granberg, Director of Analytics, Wasatch Front Regional Council (Utah)
- Shelby D Johnson, Geographic Information Officer, Arkansas GIS Office