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Cheh Holds Second Hearing on Voting in District

Council member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) is holding a roundtable today on voting in the District. Cheh is head of the council's special committee set up by Chairman Vincent C. Gray to get to the bottom of why the city's Board of Elections and Ethics can't seem to get votes counted in an efficient manner.

Today's session starts at 10 a.m. at the John A. Wilson Building, and D.C. Wire will be there.

Continue reading this posting for the witness list:

Panel 1:
Sylvia Goldsberry-Adams, Acting Executive Director, Board of Elections and Ethics

Panel 2:
Sally MacDonald, Federation of Citizens Association
Gary Imhoff,

Panel 3:
Robin Diener, Resident and Co-Founder of V.O.T.E. Citizens Coalition
Chris Otten, Community Empowerment Operations
Robert Vinson Brannum, Chairman, 5th District Citizens' Advisory Council, Inc.
Evanna Powell, Private Citizen

Panel 4:
Elinor Hart, Chair, Voter Service Committee, League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia
William O'Field, Certified Elections/Registration Administrator, United States Electoral Specialist

Panel 5:
Doug Chapin, Electionline.org
Dr. Robert Pastor, American University

Panel 6:
Kent Slowinski, Private Citizen
Betsy Miller, Private Citizen
David Gilliland

Panel 7:
Jeremy Epstein, Principal Consultant, Cigital Inc.
Professor Doug Jones

Panel 7:
Eric Marshall, National Campaign Manager, Voting Rights Project, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Marilyn Lutter, Member, DC Council of the Blind
Jim Dickson, Vice President, Government Affairs, American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)

By Marcia Davis  |  November 13, 2008; 7:15 AM ET
Categories:  2008 District Election , D.C. Council  
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