Election 2020 was like no other, with extraordinary disruptions, adjustments, and innovations. On December 15, Voter Study Group members joined dozens of expert panelists in a six-hour digital event to unpack what happened and what that could mean for future elections.
The 2020 Voting Experience and Goals for Reform was hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center and cosponsored by Democracy Fund. If you missed the live broadcast, you can view this recording of the event.
Voter Study Group Research Director Robert Griffin, moderated “What it Means that Americans Turned Out to Vote in Record Numbers,” a panel featuring Voter Study Group members Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, Director of CIRCLE at Tufts University; Emily Ekins, Research Fellow and Director of Polling at CATO; and Bernard Fraga, Professor of Political Science at Emory University; and also Charles Stewart, Founding Director of MIT Election Data and Science Lab. Panelists in this session (minute 00:08:00) explored general voter behaviors, as well as youth turnout, turnout among voters of color in Georgia, and partisan response to polling.
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