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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (50+) pres.

The 2020 General Election - Casting and Counting Ballots in Washtenaw County and Beyond


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The 2020 election cycle has proven to be both dynamic and historic. This lecture will review Michigan’s expanded voting rights and describe how election administrators and poll workers are addressing both new and old challenges, including:
• Increasing requests for Absent Voter Ballots (“Voting by Mail”)
• Health & Safety in Polling Locations and Absent Voter Count Boards
• Election Inspector Recruitment & Training
• Election Security
• Voter Outreach

Our speaker, Ed Golembiewski has served as the Washtenaw County Chief Deputy Clerk/Register & Director of Elections since 2011. In this role he oversees the Clerk/Register’s office general operations and directs county election administration and Michigan Campaign Finance Act reporting compliance processes.
This work includes ballot programming, election inspector & campaign finance training, receipt of candidate filings, facilitating the canvass of election returns, and coordinating administration responsibilities.

Prior to his work at Washtenaw County, Ed served as Deputy City Clerk in the City of Ypsilanti for four years, where he was responsible for election administration.

He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Eastern Michigan University in 2005.

Pre-registration is required via the OLLI website or phone. A link to access the lecture will be e-mailed to you approximately one week prior to the event.
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  • $5, $10/package of 3 Afternoon With OLLI events. Free to new members during their first year.

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