CDCAT Live Webinar – Texas Elections Team, Webex Training No. 1

June 4

Webinar - Texas Elections Team, Webex Training No. 1
June 4, 2020
2 p.m.

The webinar will cover and provide information to county elections officials as they prepare for early voting beginning June 29 and for the July 14 election in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is available to all elected county and combination clerks, and elections administrators.

For more information, contact Nanette Forbes or Luz Hinojosa, or call (800) 456-5974.

The webinar will cover and provide information to county elections officials as they prepare for early voting beginning June 29 and for the July 14 election in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is available to all elected county and combination clerks, and elections administrators.

Registration is free.

For more information, contact Nanette Forbes or Luz Hinojosa, or call (800) 456-5974.

Panelists

Yvonne Ramon, Hidalgo County Elections Administrator and President of the Texas Association of Elections Administrators
Hon. Dwight Sullivan, Galveston County Clerk
Chris Davis, Williamson County Elections Administrator

Moderator

Nanette Forbes, Legislative Consultant, Texas Association of Counties

For more information, contact Nanette Forbes or Luz Hinojosa, or call (800) 456-5974.

Prepare for the Webex Training Session

If you are not familiar with Webex Training or have never participated in Webex Trainings, please visit the Webex Test website to make sure your audio and video is ready to go to participate in the actual meeting. We strongly encourage you to check your mics and videos, and to log in early to the meeting. Click here for a short video on the step-by-step registration process, how to join a session and tips for making this experience engaging and enjoyable.

Discussion will include, but is not limited to, the following subjects:

COVID-19 Election Procedures

  • Central Count
  • Early Voting Ballot Board

Health and Safety Protocols

  • Poll Workers
  • Voters

Secretary of State, Elections Division

  • Two additional advisory opinions expected.
    • Voting in Person
    • Curbside and Drive-Through Voting

Supplies

  • What personal protective equipment (PPE) counties may need.
    • Secretary of State will be sending out a survey to assess what type of PPE supplies are needed
    • Where to get supplies

Questions from Webinar Participants

Application has been made for continuing education credit for county and combination clerks. Below are the approved hours. Clerks can enter these hours in Tracker.

Continuing Education Type Hours
County and Combinations Clerk 1-1.5 hours (depending on length of training)
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