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Saturday, October 10 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Panel: Fixing the Electoral Process: Popular Vote, Term Limits, Approval Voting

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Thomas Jefferson advised that we set limits on reelection to the Senate and to the Presidency, because, “Nothing is so essential to the preservation of a republican government as a periodic rotation.“  Discussion topics include the merits of the National Popular Vote plan versus the current system, and how term limits should be part of the system.


Moderators
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Dan Krassner

Political Director, Represent.Us
Dan Krassner is the Political Director at Represent.Us, the largest grassroots anti-corruption campaign in the U.S. Dan served as a senior strategist on the successful campaign to pass America’s first statewide Anti-Corruption Act in South Dakota in 2016. He led the effort in 2014 to pass the first local Anti-Corruption Act in Tallahassee, Florida. Prior to joining Represent.Us, Dan co-founded Integrity Florida, a nonpartisan... Read More →

Speakers
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Saul Anuzis

Former Michigan Republican Party Chairman, RNC Michigan National Committeeman. Republican Liberty Caucus Central Region Director.
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Stephen Cobb

Treasurer, The Center for Election Science
Stephen Cobb has 20 years of international experience in business, diplomatic, academic, and non-profit environments in the areas of project management, systems engineering, business analysis, IT, e-learning, and human performance improvement. Steve grew up in Southern California and received his B.S. in engineering from Harvey Mudd College and his M.S. in electrical engineering from UCLA. A project manager and business analyst, Steve spent 20... Read More →
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Kevin Rogers

Kevin J. Rogers is a freelance writer and journalist based in Clifton Park, N.Y., and the Director of Policy Research and national vice-chair of The Modern Whig Party of America. After studying political science at Siena College he embarked on a varied career in public advocacy, banking and the hospitality industry before becoming a full-time writer and journalist in 2004. He is the former managing editor of The Ballston Journal, covering... Read More →


Saturday October 10, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am
Trafalgar A

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