Newsletter: What CEIR will do before the 2024 election
This month, we mark a year from the 2024 election, and you are bound to hear a lot about the state of our democracy from a variety of sources in the next 12 months. At the Center for Election Innovation & Research (CEIR), we are committed to delivering the facts about our elections regardless of who wins, and supporting the public servants who manage elections and give us all our voice.
I want to give you a sense of what you can expect from us in the year ahead as we continue to monitor and assess federal, state and local election administration, to ensure Americans’ voices are heard on November 5, 2024.
CEIR will always:
- Help guide you through the election season with nonpartisan, expert analysis. When it comes to identifying misinformation, CEIR will cut through all the noise and provide you with just the facts. We’ll clarify what’s a routine matter and what’s concerning, what’s historic and what’s being blown out of proportion, and what’s a national trend or an isolated incident.
- Produce key research on election administration that no one else is doing, especially in the areas of security and access to voting.
- Shine a light on the challenges before election officials, and how they are persevering. Attacks on public servants for simply doing their jobs continue to threaten our democracy – including last week, when envelopes containing fentanyl were delivered to election offices in numerous states.
We consider it our job to help you make sense of the news about elections, and stick to the facts as we seek to better understand this momentous time for our democracy. Thanks for being with us.
Executive Director and Founder
The Center for Election Innovation & Research
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