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With the final summer recall a thing of the past, we have turned our full attention to determining methods, approaches and strategies for implementing the Voter Photo ID Law. In the communication posted on our website on May 26, 2011 titled, “State’s New Voter Photo ID Bill,” we said, “we will work closely with municipal and county clerks to make sure we (G.A.B., clerks and the voting public) are prepared to meet these new challenges and opportunities.”
Also posted on the website is our comprehensive Voter Photo ID Law Implementation Strategy that details our staff work plan and team approach. Each work plan team welcomes clerk input at various points of the development process. In the past, similar committees have played a critical role in the development and implementation of policies to improve election administration.
If you are interested in serving on a G.A.B. Voter Photo ID Law Clerk Advisory Committee, please click on the link below and fill out a short survey. Committee meetings will typically be conducted via teleconference; however, some may be convened in-person in our office in Madison.
We ask that interested clerks complete this survey by Friday, September 2, 2011. Should you need assistance, please contact Allison Coakley at (608) 261-2033 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be assured that we will continue to seek your advice – and the advice of your clerk colleagues – on all other aspects of the Voter Photo ID Law. Your ideas and recommendations are encouraged and appreciated.
As always, thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance.
cc: Kevin J. Kennedy
Director and General Counsel
Government Accountability Board