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Webinar Recording: Staying Legal During Election Season

Sep 16, 2020 | Publications

As each election season approaches, districts and their staff are faced with a myriad of questions regarding campaign and election activity. What information may a district provide to voters? May candidates or campaigns use district facilities for election or campaign activities? May district staff be involved in ballot measure campaigns or endorse candidates? The focus on local, state, and national elections this November, not to mention many state and district ballot measures, is sure to increase the number of questions facing districts this year. Below are a few of the basic rules districts need to remember as well as answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

To learn more about these rules and how they apply in real world scenarios, access the recorded webinar below to hear DWK Shareholders, Janet Mueller and William Tunick present on this topic.

Staying Legal During Election Season
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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