Foley Institute, Washington Secretary of State hosting event in Olympia

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The Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service is teaming up with the Washington Office of the Secretary of State to host a panel discussion tomorrow in Olympia.

The panel discussion’s focus is election integrity, with speakers discussing measuring being taken to reassure voters of the integrity and security of the electoral process.

Speakers will include Washington Secretary of State Steve Hobbs, Liz Howard, deputy director of the Brennan Center for Justice’s Democracy Program, and John Keller, principal deputy chief of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section.

The event is slated to begin at 11:30 a.m. inside the ABC conference room of the John A. Cherberg Building with the Capitol Complex. The event is the latest in a long running series of discussions on politics and governance hosted by the two organizations. 

In November, the Foley Institute launched its election integrity initiative, joining more than three dozen nonpartisan political institutions nationwide in the civic education endeavor ahead of the 2024 election cycle.  As part of that initiative, the center hosted former Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman for a discussion on election security in January. The center is committed to being a resource for election information, with more information available on its website.

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