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Elections and Voting in America
Learn more about the current state of affairs in U.S. elections, including their role in democracy, the practice of voting and effective actions citizens can take to protect voting rights. This online lecture is non-partisan and based on state-of-the art social science research regarding elections and voting.
Presented by Jennifer Nicoll Victor, Associate Professor of Political Science at George Mason University’s Schar School Policy and Government. Adults and teens. (R)
Further reading: Books on elections and voting - https://fcplcat.fairfaxcounty.gov/view.aspx?brs=37898
Meeting mechanics: The link to the meeting will be emailed to you several hours before the event. If you don't receive the link or if you have any questions, please email Sarah[dot]Souther[at]fairfaxcounty.gov at George Mason Regional Library.
Timing: Please log on 5 minutes before the event so we can get started on time.
Virtual meeting tips: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/200941109-Attendee-controls-in-a-meeting
Accommodations: Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request. Call 703-703-256-3800 or TTY 703-324-8365.