During this workshop, we will hear from Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams and Elections Director of Saint Louis County, Missouri, Eric Fey, on how their State and County have made it easier to vote and harder to cheat in elections in their jurisdictions. After hearing from Secretary Adams and Director Fey, we ask for your participation in a facilitated brainstorming workshop with electoral administrators like yourself, as well as representatives of academic and non-partisan organizations, to develop a list of means and measures for holding elections that are "easy to vote and hard to cheat." Once we have organized and documented the workshop's output, we will seek validation and additions from voters in a public input process.
In response to the growing public discontent with the US elections that culminated in the activities after the 2020 general elections, several ASQ members wanted to do something to help. The Government Division created the Center for Electoral Quality and Integrity (CEQI) to customize the processes of our Center for Quality Standards in Government and offer our services to electoral organizations to increase the level of public confidence.