October 1, 2018

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

The 2018 Election and Voter Protection

UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, California

Please join the American Constitutional Society, UCLA Chapter and David J. Epstein Program on Public Interest Law and Policy on October 1st for our lunch time talk about voter protection and the 2018 midterms. Learn about the massive changes in election law in California that are being implemented during the 2018 election, the challenges and issues that arise during elections, and how you can protect the vote. The 2018 midterms in CA are gearing up to be extremely competitive and with all that energy comes tremendous work to ensure that problems do not arise on Election Day. 

The speakers include Kathay Feng, the National Redistricting Director of Common Cause; Professor Justin Levitt at Loyola Law School, a nationally recognized election law expert; the Los Angeles County Clerk Dean Logan; and Deanna Kitamura, the Director of the Voting Rights Project at Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Los Angeles.