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The Impact of Foreign and Cyber Threats on the 2016 and Future Elections: A Discussion with Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan

  • 25 Oct 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
  • Snell & Wilmer Law Firm at 400 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85004 on the 19th Floor

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Michele Reagan 
Arizona Secretary of State 

Topical Discussion
Topical Discussions are structured like a round-table discussion with an expert on the topic speaking for 15-20 minutes about the topic, but opening up the discussion for all to participate.  These discussions have been wildly popular and are a good way to discuss current topics in a forum where everyone can voice their opinion.  Please come prepared to participate.
                $25 per Person


The on-going debate (and subsequent investigations) related  to potential foreign influences on the 2016 General Election has not receded. Please join us for a Topical Discussion with Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan for a briefing on

(1) what really happened (and what really did not happen) concerning alleged interference in the 2016 General Election 
(2) steps that governmental officials are taking at every level to ensure the security of future elections.

About Secretary Reagan

Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is Arizona’s top election official, responsible for assisting in the administration of elections throughout the state.  Secretary Reagan has led the efforts to fully reform Arizona’s elections law and streamline the election process. Secretary Reagan was intimately involved in the investigations surrounding the alleged cyber-security threats related to the 2016 General Election and work closely with local, state, and national agencies to ensure the security of the election administration. Her efforts have earned her a leading role on the National Election Cybersecurity Task Force as a member of the Association of Secretaries of State as well as the Executive Board of the Lieutenant Governor’s Association. Before her election to the state’s 2nd highest elective office, Secretary Reagan was first elected to the Arizona Legislature in 2002 and she transitioned to the Senate in 2010.  While a representative, she had the honor of being the Chair of the House Commerce Committee where she is the youngest female to hold that position in Arizona history. With her transition to the Senate in 2010, Secretary Reagan became the champion of election issues in the state of Arizona with her desire to ensure that every Arizona resident has access to vote and can do so with confidence, knowing that our election system is both accurate and efficient. Her desire to improve Arizona elections resulted in the formation of the first Senate Elections Committee where she was proud to act as the Chairwoman. While acting as the Chair for the Senate Elections Committee, Michele committed herself to pursuing voter registration and education efforts, working with county and municipal officials to address their concerns with the election system, and spending time with current Arizona voters to work with them to make Arizona the nation’s leader in election integrity and ballot security.

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