Join ALSA in welcoming David Becker, Director of Election Initiatives for Pew Center on the States. As we approach the 2012 elections, nearly 25% of the eligible American citizens remain unregistered to vote. Mr. Becker will be discussing the lingering issues plaguing our current voter registration system, and which groups of citizens are most affected. He will also discuss bipartisan solutions the Pew has used to improve the accuracy of voter registration in various states. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact Paul Yin at email@example.com.
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