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Wed, Aug 21

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Highlands

Restoring Public Confidence in Elections – the Impact of Election Denialism on the U.S.

Drawing on his perspective from four decades representing Republican candidates and political party committees, Mr. Ginsberg will discuss the evidence of fraud in elections and the bipartisan need to restore confidence in election results.

Restoring Public Confidence in Elections – the Impact of Election Denialism on the U.S.
Restoring Public Confidence in Elections – the Impact of Election Denialism on the U.S.

Time & Location

Aug 21, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Highlands, 348 S 5th St, Highlands, NC 28741, USA

About the Event

More than 30 percent of the country does not believe our election results are reliable. What is the evidence to support the allegations that our elections are rigged and that fraudulent votes decide elections? What are the long-term impacts of that lack of faith on the fundamental institution of elections and the peaceful transfer of power? Drawing on his perspective from four decades representing Republican candidates and political party committees, Mr. Ginsberg will discuss the evidence of fraud in elections and the bipartisan need to restore confidence in election results. He will also explore how the partisan charges of fraud and suppression in voting contribute to the polarized discourse in the country and whether the precepts on which those charges are based are valid, especially in this time when the base voters of both political parties are changing. Lastly, he will suggest specific ways to restore confidence in elections and ways that citizens can become involved in the solution.

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