Protecting our Democracy: Should we be Worried?

With the election less than 100 days away, and early voting beginning next month, many citizens are worried about the strength of our electoral process. Should you be worried?

This Thursday, August 13 join our host Josh Camson and guest Adam Bonin as they discuss the litigation and legislation surrounding the election in Pennsylvania, and answers questions about what the Trump administration is trying to do, such as:

  • Can Trump sabotage the USPS so that ballots arrive too late to count?
  • Can Trump shut down ballot drop boxes to make it more difficult to vote safely?
  • Can Trump coordinate with Russia and any other willing government to hack or interfere with election results.

And most importantly: what can we do to protect the sanctity of our electoral process?

Join in our Zoom call on
Thursday , August 13, 2020 at 7 PM
Join here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88630684734

Our guest Adam Bonin is an attorney who represents clients in campaign finance, election law, pay-to-play, official ethics, and lobbying compliance matters and has been a leader in efforts on behalf of the rights of online speakers. In 2005-06, he led the fight and achieved a major victory before the Federal Election Commission on behalf of major political bloggers, securing significant new rights for speakers on the Internet to engage in online political speech and advocacy. He has been successful on both sides of ballot access battles, successfully representing candidates for office in defending their right to appear on the ballot as well as removing others from the ballot whose signatures had been procured fraudulently or unlawfully, and has successfully aided clients in post-election recounts and litigation as well, including two tied elections for local office.

 

 

 

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