This piece was updated on Jan. 18, 2017, to correct Kathryn Peters’ work affiliation and to update the name of Google’s representative; and on Jan. 19, 2017, to add Chetan Sabnis, another Google representative.
As you may have heard, The Pew Charitable Trusts has initiated a planning process to determine the future of the Voting Information Project (VIP). And as part of that process, we are seeking input from the field on what stakeholders think should be the next phase of VIP.
To that end, we invite you to submit your views—ideally no more than 500 words—on the following topics:
The deadline for feedback is Monday, Jan. 30; please send your submissions to email@example.com.
We plan to make the submissions available to the community; please let us know if you’d prefer not to be featured publicly.
We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your contributions.
Voting Information Project Working Group (Note: Affiliations are for identification purposes only.)
Alexis Schuler/Monica Leibovitz, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Chetan Sabnis, Google
Mike Hogan, Google
Samidh Chakrabati, Facebook
Marc Burris, North Carolina State Board of Elections
Paul Stenbjorn, Virginia Department of Elections
Brian Corley, Pasco County, Florida, Supervisor of Elections
Kathryn Peters, Democracy Works
Tiana Epps-Johnson, Center for Technology and Civic Life
Charles Stewart, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Clarence Wardell, United States Digital Service