Watch it again: Strengthening Democracy 2020

Our May 14 interactive Q&A with Amber McReynolds of the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition.

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Strengthening Democracy 2020 on May 14 featured a presentation and live-streamed Q&A about the 2020 election with our special guest, Amber McReynolds, CEO of the Vote at Home Institute and Coalition. Westin Miller, director of public policy at Civic Nebraska, moderated the discussion.

Special Guest

Amber McReynolds
CEO, National Vote at Home Institute and Coalition

Amber McReynolds is one of the country’s leading experts on election administration and policy, and co-author of the book When Women Vote. Amber is CEO of the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition and is the former director of elections for Denver, Colorado. During her time there, she transformed the elections division into a national and international award-winning office. She has proven that designing pro-voter policies, voter-centric processes, and implementing technical innovations will improve representation for all voters. Governing Magazine also named Amber a 2018 Top Public Official.

Moderator

Westin Miller
Director of Public Policy, Civic Nebraska

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Westin Miller is Civic Nebraska’s main point of contact with policymakers at the local, state, and federal level. He conducts research, oversees Civic Nebraska’s coordinated legislative strategy, and monitors the organization’s compliance with nonprofit lobbying rules and reporting compliance. Westin also assists senators and their staffs with research and strategy and is Civic Nebraska’s point person in the lobby at the statehouse. He holds a BA in communication studies and an MA in rhetoric and composition from Creighton University. He lives in Omaha.

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