USPS Update Tammy Patrick, Bipartisan Policy Center; Steve Montieth, USPS Manager Transactions and Correspondence Mail and Dan Bentley, USPS Marketing Director
"One Person, One Vote" to the United States Rebecca Green, Professor of the Practice of Law at William and Mary Law School and Co-Director of the Election Law Program, a joint project of the Law School and the National Center for State Courts
Improving List Maintenance Through NCOA and Other Means • NCAO Power Point Presentation • GAO Slides Rebecca Gambler, Director, Election Administration Issue Area, Government Accountability Office; Scott Mayers, Louisiana Secretary of State’s office; moderated by Judd Choate, Colorado
NASED members meet as a body twice annually to share information,
hear from pertinent speakers on election issues, and develop a
network among those in the elections community.
occur in the winter in Washington, D.C. and in the summer in
a member state. NASED is proud and fortunate to maintain extremely
positive relationships with both the National Association of
Secretaries of State (NASS) and the Election Center. In order
to maintain those relationships and to insure the continued
sharing of information among members of each organization, NASED
meets with NASS in the winter and alternates between NASS,
The Election Center, and on its own, for its summer meetings.
Past conferences have included presentations
and discussions with the Election Assistance Commission, FEC, US Department of Justice, Federal
Voting Assistance Program, advocates for people with disabilities,
and numerous other officials in the elections field.
Non-members and vendors are invited to participate
in the NASED conferences by using the registration form posted
for each conference. All non-members are expected to adhere
to the non-members
code of conduct.
does not allow vendor sponsorship of any of its activities and all conferences are funded solely by registration fees. NASED
allows vendors to place advertisements in the registration packet. Click here for more information.