As states across the country work tirelessly to contain the spread of COVID-19, new questions with regards to the conduct of public elections have been raised.

In Arizona, state laws protecting elections from fraudulent activity have been usurped in the name of crisis. In Ohio, the state’s right to move elections has been challenged.

State attorneys general are on the frontlines to ensure that elections can take place without interference, fraud, and public health concerns. How can the states best respond to these new challenges to election law? How can the rule of law be maintained and our right to vote preserved in times of emergency?

Please join us for a conversation with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on the emerging threats to election law.