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Trust In Elections

When you think about our voting practices, what hopes and concerns do you have for building trust in our electoral process?

Trust is a critical component of building and maintaining healthy families, communities, institutions and countries. What happens when it starts to dwindle or is lost entirely? Trust is built over time. It can be challenged by people with different views or backgrounds as well as events that call into question the intent of our institutions and media. Increasingly, concerns about access to voting and election integrity have led to a questioning of election results. This conversation is designed to encourage reflection on key disconnects we are currently experiencing. What happens when we don’t trust our elections? How can we move forward to build trust?

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  1. Casey Cameron

    I am a member of Elders for Sound Democracy, and I’m editor of our new newsletter. The newsletter team is focused on the 2024 election and getting out the vote. We want to address our readers’ concerns about the threats to our democracy with “capsules” of persuasive, strong, positive messaging to help them become influencers in their social circles — families, neighborhoods, community gatherings, clubs, places of worship, town halls, etc. This document “Trust in Elections” is a great reference for our efforts.

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