Live Event | Restoring Confidence in American Elections (April 29, 2022)

In 2005, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III co-chaired the bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform. They understood that public confidence in elections was critical to the survival of American democracy. Now, with the U.S. facing an unprecedented crisis of confidence in our electoral processes, The Carter Center and Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy are collaborating on a series of conferences looking at key election issues.

On April 29, we are bringing together leading experts on election administration from across the country to discuss questions on many American’s minds:

  • Can a presidential election be stolen?
  • What is the electoral landscape across the country?
  • What do the state-level legislative changes really mean for voter access and election security?

Download: Agenda (PDF) | Panelist Biographies (PDF)
Follow on Twitter:  #ElectionConfidence.

Watch | Opening Remarks

Watch | Panel 1 Discussion

Watch | Panel 2 Discussion

Watch | Panel 3 Discussion

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President Carter and Secretary Baker speak at events associated with the 2005 Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform.

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